Trujillo said the uncertainty played a big role in her decision-making.

“That’s a big part of it. Not knowing what’s going to happen whether we’re going to go back to 100% online learning,” she said.

APS special education teacher Robert Feuer said that is part of why he and six other educators started a petition, which has almost 5,000 signatures.

“I believe that our goal is to try to get as many people through this pandemic safely. That being said, it’s best for staff and students and the community at large to have distance learning for the fall semester,” he said.

Plans for the fall school year are fluid, so teachers have to be ready to adapt to any education plan.

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