SUHSD votes to offer "in-person instructional model" as alternative to previous plan

The Salinas Union High School District School Board voted unanimously to bring an “in-person instruction model” to the board for a vote on Tuesday. The district's previously approved plan involved distanced learning in the morning and optional enrichment programs in the evening. The district did not give a reason for the change of course, but the school board’s agenda cited “Pending Litigation: SB 98”.