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Medford Public Schools releases draft of COVID-19 reopening plan

The draft, posted Friday on the school department’s Facebook page, said it's too soon to say if students can return to school buildings next month.

Courtesy of Medford Public Schools
A sample of a traditional elementary school classroom before COVID (left) and after COVID (right), allowing for 6 ft of social distancing, are included in the reopening plan.

Medford Public Schools released a draft of its COVID-19 reopening plan for the fall, emphasizing safety, consistency and equity in the 4,200-student school district.

As required by the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, the plan includes three options to reopen schools: in-person instruction, remote learning, and a combination of each.

The draft, posted Friday on the school department’s Facebook page, said it’s too soon to say if students can return to school buildings next month.

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