Nampa School District will transition to full remote learning after the holiday through January.
The Nampa School District Board of Trustees passed the motion unanimously to go fully remote until Jan. 13 after Thanksgiving break. The board said teachers will report virtually Jan. 4 and students reporting virtually on Jan. 5.
The board said they will then hold another meeting to further discuss a hybrid model.
Trustees stressed that student grades still matter and this transition is not simply a repeat of the earlier remote stints.
Five schools in the district announced last week they planned to go entirely online until after Thanksgiving break. Endeavor Elementary, Gateways School, Lone Star Middle School, Snake River Elementary, and Central Elementary School all went to the fully remote model last Thursday, the district decided Nov. 17.
For more, watch the full board meeting here.