Clarkstown parents demand more in-person learning for their children

The district is currently using a hybrid model under which students are in class two to three times per week.

News 12 Staff

Feb 12, 2021, 1:22 AM

Updated 1,217 days ago

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Parents in Clarkstown say their kids aren't getting enough out of school and that something must be done.
The district is currently using a hybrid model under which students are in class two to three times per week.
But some parents claim their students have had less than three weeks of actual in-person learning since September.
They add their kids are suffering mentally, emotionally and socially.
This week, the district increased its in-person attendance from 200 to 1,500 for elementary school students.
School officials say they will decide on the rest of the students ahead of the next marking period, which begins in mid-March.


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