School Committee Votes to Begin the Year with Hybrid Model

In an epic School Committee meeting that began on Wednesday evening and ended in the very earliest hours of Thursday, members voted unanimously to support the following motion:

Moved that the Bedford School Committee approve the fully in-person, hybrid and fully remote learning plans as presented, and that the district begins the 2020-2021 school year using the hybrid model.

Furthermore, should the hybrid or fully in-person model be implemented, families will have the option to go all remote if they so choose, and that between now and the opening of schools, the Reopening Task Forces and the Bedford Educator Association will continue to work on the operational details for each model.  

The Citizen’s coverage is being compiled and will post as soon as it’s ready.

In the meanwhile, you are invited to watch last night’s meeting thanks to Bedford TV.

As Superintendent Conrad notes at the outset, the School Committee’s original 300-person meeting was over-subscribed by it began. The format was quickly switched to a webinar, and for much of the meeting, 479 persons participated.

Bedford TV’s live-stream has logged nearly 3,000 views in less than 24 hours.

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