A rural district’s solution for reopening schools? Six-week courses for older students

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Nevada Independent

Oct 23, 12:00 AM

A rural district's solution for reopening schools? Six-week courses for older students

Gone are days of back-to-back classes from early morning through mid-afternoon. Now, Churchill County students in secondary grades take two courses at a time in six-week increments. They meet five days a week for each 85-minute class, which allows for morning and afternoon cohorts. Cleaning occurs during a break between the two groups of students, who, when not in school, are supposed to be doing independent study.

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