BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — Garces Memorial High School announced they will reopen their campus to in-class instruction on Oct. 28.
This announcement comes after six months of staff and faculty preparing the campus for safe conditions once children are allowed back on school grounds, as well as developing a safe reopening plan.
Additionally, when students are back on campus, several safety measures must be followed, including temperature checks, desk sanitation before and after classes, and social distancing.
At the end of each day, the entire campus will be sanitized, and sanitation stations will be restocked.
However, if families are not ready to let their children back on campus, distance learning is still an option.
The full reopening plan can be found here.