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The first day of school is Sept. 9.

Attorney General Grants School Districts Authority to Start School In Person Earlier - WSISD to Begin In Person Sept. 9

Visit our 2020-21 Return to Learn Section for all the latest back to school information.

The Attorney General’s Office announced today that school districts are not required to follow the recent executive order requiring school districts to only provide virtual instruction Sept. 9 through Sept. 25. WSISD believes it is in the best interest of our students, staff and families to begin school Sept. 9 with our previous plan in which families can opt for in person or virtual learning. Students who opt for in person learning will begin school—IN PERSON—starting Sept. 9. 

As we stated prior to the executive order, the Sept. 9 start date enables our school district to implement our health and safety protocols and train our staff members in preparation for the 2020-21 school year. 

We are confident that our Return to Learn Plan ensures that our team members are well-equipped for the changes and challenges of 2020-21. We are excited to move forward with our original plan and prepare for the return of our students.

Brewer High School
To enhance the health and safety measures implemented at Brewer High School, school officials have created a Return to Learn transition that will limit the number of students in the building at one time. 

ALL Brewer High School students who opt for In Person Learning will participate in a Blue/Gray Schedule during the first grading period of school.

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Brewer Middle School
To enhance the health and safety measures at Brewer Middle School and in response to feedback from our families and staff, school officials are considering a third instructional option at BMS that will limit the number of students in the building. If at least 150 families are interested, BMS will offer the Blue/Gray Option that would enable students to attend school in person every other day. The addition of the Blue/Gray instructional option will help limit the number of students in common areas, hallways, the cafeteria, drop off and pick up, etc. 

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