New Milford School District officials have announced plans for all students to come back into the classroom full time. Middle and High Schoolers will come back for full in-person learning on April 26th. In the meantime, they will have a half-day of in-person instruction each Wednesday, with the two cohorts rotating every week. New Milford Superintendent Alisha DiCorpo said in a newsletter to families that about 85-percent of students are expected to be back for full in-person learning. Pre-K- through- second-grade students returned at the start of the month, and 3rd through 5th graders returned on Monday. Parents can still chose a remote or hybrid schedule. All New Milford Schools will be on remote learning for the week after Spring Break, April 19 through April 23.