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BCHS set for on-campus learning, school president explains what to expect

Posted at 6:09 PM, Oct 15, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-16 10:56:14-04

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — Earlier this week Kern County moved into the Red Tier in the state's COVID-19 tier system. That means schools now have the option to reopen for in-class instruction. On Thursday Bakersfield Christian announced students will return later this month.

Bakersfield Christian High School announced on Thursday that in-class instruction will begin n Oct. 28, with a normal bell schedule being following and certain health and safety measures in place. Safety measures include close monitoring of student's temperatures, social distancing, and required face masks.

For students wanting to continue digital instructions, that will continue to be an option.

BCHS President John Buetow explains what students and parents can expect.

BCHS President John Buetow talks about reopening the campus

The full reopening plan can be found here.