Franklin Area School District to Continue Remote/Hybrid Learning Model Until December 7

| November 20, 2020

FRANKLIN, Pa. (EYT) – Franklin Area School District has announced they will continue to utilize the current Remote/Hybrid Learning model until December 7.

According to a message from Superintendent Mark Loucks, the decision was made at the November 16 meeting of the Franklin Area School District Board of Directors.

“If at any point in the process a change is needed to protect our students and staff or the county has experienced a decrease in numbers which may allow us to return to school for more in-person learning, you will receive notification of our intent to change as quickly and promptly as possible,” Loucks said.

“Covid-19 has made it a difficult and confusing time for all of us. Our school board members along with myself are committed to providing an outstanding educational experience, while hopefully providing a little normalcy for our kids in the midst of the Covid-19 Pandemic. Franklin Area School District is and will always be a place where kids come first.”


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