Wood County Board of Education discusses re-entry plan
PARKERSBURG, W.Va (WTAP) - The Wood County Board of Education met Wednesday night to discuss possibly updating the school’s current re-entry plan.
The school district is currently on a blended learning schedule with students attending class on campus two days a week and remotely three days a week.
During the meeting, Superintendent Will Hosaflook gave his recommendation to the school board regarding updating the re-entry plan.
Superintendent Hosaflook said that after talking with many parents across the district, he recommends that the school board give parents a choice of either four days a week in-person learning or staying on the blended learning schedule.
Superintendent Hosaflook was defeated in a 2-3 vote, with only Board President Justin Raber and board member Rick Olcott voting to approve.
The board voted 4-1 to make no changes to the current plan, but will revisit it at the board’s last meeting in October. Raber voted against the motion.
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