A plan for the upcoming school year will be released on July 31, following a Snoqualmie Valley School District Board meeting.
Dr. Robert Manahan, the district’s superintendent, said in a statement on Tuesday he planned to confirm the district’s decision on how to handle the upcoming school year. The district will decide whether to continue planning for a combined remote and in-person school year for kindergarten through second grade.
A hybrid learning model could be adopted for students from third grade through high school. Another option is full time remote learning for all students when school resumes on Aug. 31. Several other districts in King and Pierce counties have announced they will be returning with all online instruction this fall.
The School Board work session will be held at 4 p.m. July 30, followed by a regular board meeting at 5 p.m.