ArkLaTex school changes for Phase III

ArkLaTex school changes for Phase III
As a result of Gov. Edwards initiating Phase III of reopening, schools across Louisiana are changing their protocols on face-to-face learning. (Source: Storyblocks)

SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) - As a result of Gov. Edwards initiating Phase III of reopening, schools across Louisiana are changing their protocols on face-to-face learning.

The following school districts have made changes to their schedules:

Bossier Parish

Bossier middle school students on A/B hybrid schedules will begin attending school in person on Monday, Sept 14.

High school students on the A/B hybrid schedule will transition to daily face-to-face learning Monday, Sept. 21. This decision does not affect 100% virtual learners, who will remain on the virtual learning schedule.

DeSoto Parish

Starting Monday, Sept. 21, students in grades 6-12 on the A/B hybrid schedule will begin attending school in person on Monday through Thursday. Fridays will remain all virtual.

Sabine Parish

Starting Thursday, Sept. 17, students in 6-12 grade will begin attending school in person. 6-12 grade students will continue to follow the A/B schedule through Wednesday, Sept. 16.

Webster Parish

Starting Monday, Sept. 21, students on the hybrid schedule will begin attending school in person on Monday through Thursday. Fridays will remain all virtual.

Additional school changes from other parishes will be added as soon as information is received.

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