NAMPA, Idaho — A group of private schools are set to re-open Monday. Administrators for Nampa Christian Schools said they have received both verbal and written support from Nampa Police Chief Joe Huff, Mayor Debbie Kling and Governor Brad Little.
According to the superintendent, K-12 students will have each Friday off, but they are still working on finalizing specific details on school operations, student expectations and new protocols for face-to-face contact.
"Because we're small, because we are a private school, we were able to make those decisions on what's best for our families right here, instead of something that blankets the whole state of Idaho," said Greg Wiles, Superintendence of Nampa Christian Schools.
The school will move to a four-day school week, giving the students 12 days back on campus for the semester. The reopening plan comes with approval from Southwest District Health.
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