Central Illinois school districts continue to plug along with in-person learning, learning along the way.
The Central A&M School District has had to go to remote learning a few different times, but the transition back and forth, according to Superintendent Dr. DeAnn Heck, has been seemless.
Thanks to the hard work of the Central A&M staff, the district can now move between in-person learning and remote learning whenever necessary without any issue, according to Dr. Heck, but the staff are doing everything they can to keep everyone healthy and in the classroom.
The Central A&M parents, according to Dr. Heck, have been pleased with how the school year has gone so far.
The Central A&M administration is doing everything they can, according to Dr. Heck, to alleviate any worries or fears that teachers may have about being in the classroom.
Many school districts are beginning to explore plans for bringing back remote learners.