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Lee Schools Superintendent on District's Reopening Plan

Dr. Greg Adkins
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School District of Lee County
Dr. Greg Adkins

Public schools across Florida closed down back in mid March as the new coronavirus began spreading. Schools districts quickly developed remote learning programs, and students finished out the school year from home. These plans were created on the fly out of necessity.

The School District of Lee County has been working on its reopening plans for the fall semester for months. An emergency order from Florida Education Commissioner, Jim Corcoran, requires all public schools to offer on campus, in person schooling five days a week. But, Lee County is also offering its nearly 100,000 students two remote learning programs, and homeschool is always possible.

With the first day of the fall semester set for Monday, August 31 we’re going over the district’s reopening plans with Dr. Greg Adkins, superintendent of the School District of Lee County.

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