BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — Garces Memorial High School officials announced the campus is set to reopen on Oct. 28
Officials said over the last six months, faculty and staff have worked to develop a safe reopening plan, modify classroom spaces and ensure they have the necessary sanitation supplies.
"We feel confident we can reopen safely and are eager to have our students back on campus. When students are back on campus, several safety measures must be followed," school officials said.
As part of the reopening place, Garces students will have their temperature checked before each class period. Every desk will be sanitized at the end of each period. Students, staff and anyone else on campus will be required to wear a mask at all times. During break and lunchtime, social distancing will be strictly enforced. At the end of each day, the entire campus will be sanitized, and sanitation stations will be restocked.
For families who do not wish to return to campus, the distance learning option will still be available for those students.