YORKTOWN, Va. — The superintendent of York County School Division is echoing many others in Hampton Roads and recommending students start the new school year with virtual learning.
School officials sent out a letter after the school board meeting on Thursday. Like other school divisions, York leaders are looking at different options that could include in-person classes, if it's safe.
But the recommendation is to start the new school year at home.
Parents, teachers, and students can weigh-in on this. Public comment sessions are planned on Monday and Tuesday. More information is available on the school district's website.
The school board will then hold a special meeting to take action regarding the 2020-21 school year on Thursday, July 30 at 5 p.m.