BELLEVUE, Neb. (KMTV) - Bellevue Public Schools say they intend to begin the school year on August 13 with students being offered traditional in school or at-home learning.
Face coverings will be required for students and staff who attend school. Face coverings will be provided but students and staff can also use their own.
Students enrolled in the remote learning option will be required to remain in the program for at least one semester. Students who are learning remotely won’t be eligible for extra curricular activities.
The deadline to enroll in remote learning is July 24.
Bellevue says specific building plans are in progress and will be shared once completed.
For more details on Bellevue's plans for the school year, click here.