Parents had until July 20 to decide between online and in-person schooling as the district works on class lists and staffing assignments.
The district’s plan says many online courses will be developed and taught by Northmont teachers, and some other courses will be from online content providers.
“The list of those courses is still being determined and will be based on enrollment and staffing availability,” the plan says.
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Superintendent Tony Thomas said recently that the district is logging every question posed by parents in a spreadsheet and keeping up with answering all of them.
“We have tried to assist parents who unfortunately are being asked to make a difficult choice, but in the long run, will allow our district to start school with as little ambiguity as possible,” he said.