The majority of Lodi Unified School District students will return to full-time, in-person instruction Monday, and superintendent Cathy Nichols-Washer this week said staff, parents and children should not expect the school day to be what it was in 2019.
The Lodi Unified School District re-opened campuses to students last week, and within five days, five COVID-19 exposures were reported.
Lodi Unified School District Board of Education president Ron Freitas announced Tuesday night that all students will be back on campus April 12, for full-time instruction, five days a week.
Just days after a first wave of students returned to campus for the first time in a year, the Lodi Unified School District Board of Education on Tuesday evening gave the go-ahead for a full return for all students on April 12.
After more than a year away from the classroom, Lodi Unified School District students returned to campus Monday.
Although a San Diego judge issued a temporary restraining order against the State of California last week that would allow students in all grade levels to return to campus immediately, Lodi Unified School District students will return in a phased, yet very short approach.