NAPERVILLE, IL — Students at Indian Prairie School District 204 who are enrolled in hybrid learning will increase to four half-days of in-person instruction come March.

The shift comes amid slower rates of community transmission of coronavirus and increased availability of vaccines for district staff, District 204 Superintendent Dr. Adrian Talley said in an update Tuesday.

Elementary school students will make the shift on March 9 and middle and high school students will begin to make the change March 15. The district hopes to have the shift complete before spring break.

Students who are enrolled in remote learning may have the opportunity to switch to the four-day hybrid learning schedule.

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SOURCE (Lisa Marie Farver, Patch)