Logan County Board of Education voted Tuesday evening to begin transitioning to a blended learning model beginning next week.
Board members voted unanimously to put into action the learning model they adopted over the summer. Logan County Schools will now follow the West Virginia Department of Education School Re-entry map beginning Monday.
Board President Jeremy Farley said Logan County will be following the guidance set forth by state officials.
“What we voted for,” Farley said, “was to follow the state metric.”
Logan County Schools have been functioning with a remote learning model since the beginning of the school year on September 8.
The blended learning will split each classroom into two groups based on last name.
The first group will report to school Mondays and Tuesdays and complete work online from home the rest of the week.
The second group will report to school on Thursdays and Fridays and complete assignments online the first part of the week.
Logan is currently “gold” according to the state department of education’s re-entry map. This Saturday, a new re-entry map will be released at 5pm.