Keith Simmons, the district’s chief of staff, noted school leaders want to give parents flexibility between the two options, noting that some parents wanted... How Bibb County is preparing for return to in-person classes

Keith Simmons, the district’s chief of staff, noted school leaders want to give parents flexibility between the two options, noting that some parents wanted their children to learn from home because they were concerned about the spread of the coronavirus, while others believed it was the best way for their children to learn. A month in, the district wants to know if that thinking has changed.

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