Topeka Public Schools projected to start in-person classes Oct. 5

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TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – Topeka Public Schools is starting its transition into hybrid and in-person learning, according to a Thursday evening meeting with the Topeka Public Schools board members.

Here’s an easy to understand look at when USD 501 students go back to school:

  • Preschool and kindergartners are already back in class five days a week.
  • First through 5th graders are projected to return five days a week on Sept. 28.
  • Sixth graders and freshmen are projected to start hybrid learning (two days in person, three days remote) on Sept. 28.
  • Seventh, eighth, sophomores, juniors and seniors are projected to start hybrid learning (two days in person, three days remote) on Oct. 5.

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