The move doesn't take effect until what I like to call "April 8th", but the change is a welcomed one to parents and students alike. It has been a crazy year for thousands of Maine students as most school have shifted to a completely remote or a hybrid learning model.

Vassalboro Community School is one of the many Maine schools that has been operating on a hybrid model that sees kids learning in-person part-time and at-home part-time.

According to the Kennebec Journal, the school will begin it's full-time in-person learning on Thursday, April 8th. Superintendent Alan Pfeiffer said,

“The decision to go back — we’ve always wanted students back in as safely and judiciously as we could do it. The whole year has been agonizing on so many facets of everything, so for me, it’s how do we get more students back in while safeguarding their safety and our staff’s safety.”

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