With more teachers being vaccinated against COVID-19, school districts are planning for when all students can return to the classroom. Danbury Superintendent Sal Pascarella said in a letter to families that the public schools will remain on a hybrid schedule for the foreseeable future. Right now no students are in the classroom on Wednesdays, but starting next week the two cohorts will alternate attending in-person classes on Wednesdays. Pascarella says the administration will continue to look for opportunities to further increase the number of days for in-person learning, so long as it is safe to do so. Elementary school students in Danbury will increase the length of in-person school days, except Wednesdays so staff can have planning time.