ST. JOSEPH — Though the three schools in St. Joseph are roughly a mile apart, the two school districts will operate different schedules this school year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
St. Joseph-Ogden High is looking at a hybrid schedule of in-person instruction and remote learning to start the 2020-21 school year, Superintendent Brian Brooks announced Friday.
“This is an extremely difficult situation for everyone,” Brooks said. “Our expectation at SJ-O, as well as our parents’ expectations during times outside of a pandemic, is that student safety must come first when there is a potential known danger to students.”
St. Joseph Middle School and St. Joseph Grade School, which make up a separate district, are looking at plan that would have students attend school five