With the close of the current school year behind them, officials, faculty and parents within the Yankton School District are evaluating the switch to on-line learning during the last quarter due to the COVID 19 pandemic.
Superintendent Wayne Kindle says plans are being developed for changes that will be implemented before the start of classes in August.
Kindle says once students began on-line learning in mid-March, there was a district-wide effort to make that change successful.
Kindle says in spite of the changes to education that were brought about by the COVID 19 pandemic, expectations regarding student performance in the Yankton School District will remain high.
Kindle says current plans are to resume classes in school buildings in August.