The Buckeye Elementary School District will begin an “A/B schedule” Nov. 5.
The district noted Oct. 30 Maricopa County data showing the district is in “moderate risk” for COVID-19, “with hybrid-onsite support being the recommended model by county health service.”
“However, we are moving forward with an increase of in-person services, while still allowing for appropriate mitigation strategies,” the district stated in a Facebook post.
The new schedule begins Nov. 5.
“The A/B model provides the opportunity to expand the number of students on campus at each site, in a safe manner,” according to the district. “This is accomplished by reducing the total number of students on campus daily to approximately 50% of the school’s population.”
Each school will divide its students into two groups.
The groups will alternate days of in-school and remote learning.
As in districts around the state, students are required to wear masks.
For more information, visit besd33.org.