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Danbury Public School District making plans for full in-person learning this fall

The Danbury Public School District is making plans for how to accommodate full in person learning the fall, using the current COVID guidelines, which call for 3-feet of spacing.  One of the challenges will be lunch periods.  Tents will have to be set up at Danbury High School to extend the cafeteria because only 300 to 350 students can safely be accommodated inside.  Current enrollment at the school is about 10 times that amount, at approximately 3,300.  Danbury families have many questions about the reopening.  A video from the most recent Board of Education meeting has been posted to the District's Facebook page of Assistant Superintendent Kevin Walston discussing the plans.  A workshop with Board Of Ed members is being planned for next week.

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