Philadelphia public schools will begin phasing back in-person learning starting Nov. 30.
Superintendent William Hite announced Wednesday that students in grades pre-kindergarten through second grade can resume in-person learning through a hybrid model on Nov. 30. The current plan will allow for students to learn in-person two days a week.
Families of pre-K through second-grade students will be able to choose if they want to enroll their student in the hybrid model, or remain in virtual learning.
The plan further delays in-person learning for the remainder of the student body.
Ninth graders and students participating in a Career and Technical Education are not slotted to resume in-person student learning until late January or early February.