School district will stay in ‘hybrid model’ for remainder of school year
–The Paso Robles Joint Unified School District on Friday announced in a newsletter to parents, staff, and students that the school district will remain teaching in the “hybrid model” for the remainder of the school year.
“After much discussion and public input, the board voted to remain in our current hybrid model for the remainder of the school year,” writes Superintendent Curt Dubost. “This decision was based on staff input and parent surveys.”
Dubost continues, saying that the district is hopeful that schools will be open next year for in-person learning. “We believe we will be able to and are unequivocally committed to operating summer school and opening next school year with 100-percent in-person instruction.”