San Luis Coastal Unified School District will be having three School Board meetings starting on October 20th and with a final decision being made on November 20th, according to Morro Bay High School (MBHS) Principal Dr. Kyle Pruitt.
Pruitt informed The Spyglass about the upcoming School Board meetings in an open Q&A session today, where he shared the details about the potential return to school. If we do return, Pruitt states that it will most likely happen in a hybrid model on January 20th, 2021. The Teacher’s Union has agreed to a schedule where half of the students attend school in the morning and the other half attend in the afternoon, and to change this schedule, the Teacher’s Union would have to give another approval. A survey has been sent out to students and parents asking for their opinions on returning to in person school. This data will be discussed at the School Board meetings.
Currently, the survey is still open. There is time in School Board meetings for members of their community to voice their concerns. Pruitt states that this is the best way for students and parents to make their voices heard in the decision making process. Pay attention around November 20th for the final verdict on returning to in person school on January 20th.