The school days might still look a bit different in the Verona Area School District than they did in March 2020, with masks over smiles, but at least the schedule is somewhat similar.
The vast majority of district students returned to five-day, in-person classes last week, with elementary and grades 6 and 9 coming back on Wednesday, Sept. 1, and all other grades starting on Thursday, Sept. 2. The district’s students have not been back inside buildings for in-person instruction five days a week since March 2020, when schools were abruptly ordered to close due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A few dozen students will remain online, as their families opted them into virtual learning for the fall semester of the 2020-21 year.
The Verona Area School District’s website received a refresh earlier this month as a way to make it more navigable for families.
The majority of people in the Verona Area School District have only seen the high school campus from afar. This month, they’ll get a chance to see it up close with community open houses.
Verona Press education reporters have compiled what they think are the five biggest things to look out for in the upcoming school year that starts Wednesday, Sept. 1.
As the Verona Area School District started recruiting for a new superintendent in January 2020, Tremayne Clardy was doing some investigating o…