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Students have returned to District 2 classrooms!

After three and a half months of only remote instruction and activities, students and teachers returned to BSD2 schools on a limited basis on Tuesday, February 9. 

Positive local COVID-19 infection trends allowed the District to return to its hybrid instructional model, which it first implemented for two weeks in mid-October. Roughly 45 percent of BSD2 students chose to return to in-person instruction under this plan, while around 55 percent opted to remain remote.

In order to comply with health department social distancing requirements, hybrid students attend school in-person on a rotation of two days per week for three hours a day, with a full day of remote learning each Monday. They are dismissed mid-day with a grab-and-go lunch, and then resume their learning remotely from home in the afternoon.

Each day students attend school in person, their parents must certify that the students are not experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. Classrooms are configured to provide for appropriate social distancing to the greatest extent possible, and students and staff must wear face coverings at all times while in their schools.

For more information in the BSD2 Reopening Plan, visit