Prescott students to return to the classroom
September 24, 2020
PRESCOTT—‘HOPE 2.0 is here!’ Prescott School District will be returning to in-person instruction starting Monday, October 5th.
Superintendent Justin Bradford announced last week that the school district will be returning to a hybrid schedule, with students divided into A and B groups for schedule purposes. Walla Walla County schools did not anticipate returning to in-person instruction until the end of the first quarter, at the earliest.
‘We know that this represents yet another change in our schedule, but it does bring us closer to safely returning to school full time’ Superintendent Bradford wrote in an email. ‘Our building was made for students, and though we all have concerns about the safety of our students, our families and our staff, the need for and benefit of students returning to school on site is critical.’
Prescott students will stay on the HOPE 1.0 schedule until October 5th. Bradford expects to have detailed information to families before the end of the week.