The Danbury School District will have a hybrid reopening in the fall. About half of the student population will be in the buildings Mondays and Tuesdays, a cleaning day Wednesday and the other half in classrooms on Thursday and Fridays. There will be distance learning on days when students aren't in the buildings. The announcement followed a car rally in Danbury by teachers calling for more state funding to ensure a safe reopening. Governor Lamont has acknowledged that even though a full reopening was the goal, it's not possible for some schools. The Connecticut Education Association, the state’s largest teacher’s union, had local chapters across the state host car parades for school safety, including one that ended at the governor’s house.