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Dr. Rollo Talks Updated Infections and Virtual Learning Problems
Dr. Rollo Talks Updated Infections and Virtual Learning Problems
Tuesday on KFYO Mornings with Dave King and Matt Martin, The Superintendent of the Lubbock Independent School District Dr. Kathy Rollo joined Dave and Matt to talk about Cooper ISD ending virtual learning, the possibility of Lubbock ISD following suit, the number of infections at Lubbock ISD school, how sports are being handled, the need for substitute teachers, and more...
Dr. Rollo Talks Virtual Classrooms, Social Distancing, and More
Dr. Rollo Talks Virtual Classrooms, Social Distancing, and More
Masks will be required for kids in 4th grade and above, and all adults will be required to wear masks. Face shields will not be required, but will be provided for teachers who might be teaching higher risk kids. P.E. classes will still take place, and Lubbock ISD schools have bought sanitizing materials in preparation. Only 1 kid will be allowed to use a piece of equipment at a time, and the equipment will be sanitized afterwards.
How Lubbock ISD School Will Work This Summer & Beyond
How Lubbock ISD School Will Work This Summer & Beyond
Dr. Rollo was asked if she anticipates some parents not being comfortable sending their kids to school the following school year. Rollo said that she would love to be able to start school normally, but she does not really expect that to be the case. They are working on blended options for both physical location learning and remote learning. She later reinforced that parents will have options.