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Eugene 4J Anticipates Fulltime In-person School Come Fall

Brian Bull

The Eugene 4J School District plans to have students back for five-day a week in person learning in the fall.

4J spokesperson Kerry Delf said most of their students are now doing hybrid learning—in person for two days a week, and learning from home the rest of the time.

“We are expecting and planning for a return to school with 5 days a week onsite in the fall,” Delf said. “Although, we’re still awaiting guidance and information and of course the development of the public health situation.”

Delf said about 30% of the district’s families are continuing with online  only learning at home for the rest of this school year. She said the district has offered COVID-19 vaccine clinics to teachers and staff and is now scheduling clinics for teens.

The district has a vaccine clinic for 16 and older on May 12.

In anticipation of federal approval, 4J has also scheduled a clinic for 12-15 year olds for later this month.

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Rachael McDonald is KLCC’s host for All Things Considered on weekday afternoons. She also is the editor of the KLCC Extra, the daily digital newspaper. Rachael has a BA in English from the University of Oregon. She started out in public radio as a newsroom volunteer at KLCC in 2000.
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