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Reed school district backs phased-in approach to classroom return

The Reed Union School District is moving forward with a five-phase plan designed to safely bring students back to campus amid the COVID-19 pandemic — and a majority of the district board has now encouraged the district to apply for a waiver that would allow in-person classes to resume even as Marin remains on the state’s coronavirus watch list. The board at its Aug. 6 teleconference meeting voted unanimously to approve the phased-in approach to the 2020-2021 school year, which is now set to begin Aug. 24, four days later than originally planned, after the board also unanimously approved a change to the school calendar.

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