Many SPS students to resume in-person learning in January

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Many SPS students to resume in-person learning in January

By the Tuesday deadline, the parents of 1,413 Springfield elementary and middle school students switched how their children will be learning in January.

The majority, 87 percent, were moving from virtual learning to in person.

Superintendent John Jungmann provided an update during the Tuesday board meeting and the district followed-up with final numbers Wednesday.

Of the 1,236 shifts from virtual learning to in person, 722 were elementary and 514 were middle school.

“The majority of those we’re seeing is virtual to seated, knowing that we all want our kids in more of a seated environment, maybe overtime they have not been successful or they are more secure moving into that seated environment,” he said.

John Jungmann

This fall, 25 percent of all elementary students, kindergarten through fifth grade, learn virtually, and that is projected to drop to 16 percent in the spring.

For middle school, 27 percent of students learn virtually this semester and that will drop to 20 percent next semester.

The parents of 177 K-8 students switched from in person to virtual learning for the next semester including 49 in elementary and 128 in middle school.

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