Elementary school children in Adams 12 Five Star Schools district are set to return to an in-person model, five days a week for students in grades kindergarten through fifth grade.

The district’s Board of Education unanimously approved a learning model recommendation from Superintendent Chris Gdowski for the remainder of the fall semester.

The vote was taken at a special board meeting Sept. 10. The new model will go into effect Sept. 28.

The board voted in favor of the superintendent’s recommendation on July 29 to start the school year with all students learning remotely due to the high case rates of COVID-19 in Adams County, Board President Kathy Plomer said.

“In presenting the new plan to the board, the superintendent shared new data showing case

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