Masks are still required on school property and buses in Coeur d’Alene, and students are expected to maintain physical distance as much as possible.
COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho — Students in the Coeur d’Alene School District will attend in-person classes five days a week beginning Monday, Oct. 5.
The district’s Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Friday morning to switch from the current orange (moderate) risk level, which calls for a hybrid model of virtual and in-person learning, to the yellow (minimal) risk level after reviewing data trends on COVID-19 cases in Kootenai County.
When the district operates in yellow, all students — except those enrolled in online school — will attend school in-person every day.
In a special meeting on Monday, Sept. 28, the Post Falls School District’s Board of Trustees voted to hold off on moving to all in-person learning.
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