Back to school

Cleveland Elementary assistant principal Jeff Komins gives students instructions before they enter the building for the first day of school on Aug. 13.

ELKHART — Elkhart Community Schools’ parents have until Wednesday to decide if they want to change their students’ learning model for the second semester.

The district decided it will continue with its hybrid learning plan for the second semester upon approval from the school board last week. The hybrid plan allows students to take two days of in-person instruction in addition to e-learning days. Students can also choose a remote-only schooling option.

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