Danbury Superintendent of Schools Dr Sal Pascarella has announced to the Board of Ed that the district will remain in a hybrid learning model for the foreseeable future. Danbury administrators were working to bring more students back full time next month, but Pascarella says space limitations and other challenges made this too difficult. District officials now turn their attention to plans for summer-school programs and to reopen for every student in the fall. School health coordinators say most educators will get their second dose this Friday and Saturday. That means they will no longer need to quarantine if they are exposed to the virus.