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CPS students return for full-time, in-person learning

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Columbia Public Schools students who attend in person returned to five-day in-person class Monday.

Prekindergarten through fifth-grade students have attended classes in person four days a week since Jan. 19, according to previous Missourian reporting.

Before spring break, middle and high school students used a hybrid model of two days of in-person class and two days of virtual learning.

Students who selected the online option will continue to learn virtually through the end of the year.

Students enter Douglass High School

Students enter Frederick Douglass High School on Monday in Columbia. “Return plans require students who are enrolled as in-person students to attend in-person. Hybrid Zoom options will no longer be offered,” according to the CPS website.

Students are required to wear masks, and the district advises families to complete a morning checklist daily.

Students disembark the morning bus

Students disembark the morning bus Monday on Park Avenue outside Frederick Douglass High School. CPS middle schools and high schools returned to a schedule of in-person classes five days a week Monday for the final quarter of the spring semester.

  • Staff Photographer, Spring 2021 Grad Student Reach me at talmgren-davis@missouri.mail.edu, or in the newsroom at 882-5700

  • Public health and safety reporter, spring 2020. Studying news reporting. Reach me at cgiffin@mail.missouri.edu, or in the newsroom at 882-5700.

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