Of 11,761 students currently enrolled, 9,720 responded. That broke down to 53% selecting on-campus learning and 47% selecting remote learning for at least the first nine weeks.
An additional 2,041 students are enrolled for the 2020-21 school year but did not select a preference on whether they plan to return to school for on-campus learning or not. Because of this, the district is assuming they will return for in-person classes in September and are making plans to accommodate them.
Of the total population including nonrespondents, the district anticipates 61% of students will return to campus in September.
The first day of remote learning is Aug. 20. The first day of optional in-person learning is Sept. 10. As for teacher scheduling, district officials said they hope to start sharing plans at the end of the week.
Here is a school breakdown: