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Reopening plans for Mid-Missouri public schools

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Schools are making plans to reopen as COVID-19 cases continue to increase quickly across the region.

Each public school district in Mid-Missouri plans to open in August or September with in-person classes at least part time. And each school has created its own reopening plan tailored to their local situation.

Click on the name of the individual school district below to look at each one's plan to return to the classroom in fall 2020.

B

Blackwater

Blair Oaks

Boonville

Brunswick

C

California

Camdenton reopening plan; Camdenton reopening phases

Centralia reopening plan: distance learning information

Clarksburg

Cole County R-1

Cole County R-5

Columbia reopening plan; Columbia instruction modes

Community R-6

Cooper County R-4

E

Eldon

Fayette

F

Fulton

G

Gasconade County R-1

Gasconade County R-2

Glasgow (pending)

H

Hallsville

Harrisburg; Aug. 3 update

Higbee

High Point

I

Iberia

J

Jamestown

Jefferson City

K

Keytesville

M

Madison C-3

Marceline secondary; Marceline elementary

Maries County R-1

Maries County R-2

Marshall reopening plan; distance learning plan

Mexico

Moberly

Montgomery County R-2

Morgan County R-1

Morgan County R-2

N

New Bloomfield

New Franklin

North Callaway

Northeast Randolph County R-4

O

Osage County R-1

Osage County R-2

Osage County R-3

Otterville

P

Paris

Pilot Grove

Prairie Home

R

Renick

S

Salisbury

School of the Osage

Sedalia

Slater

South Callaway

Southern Boone (draft)

St. Elizabeth

Sturgeon

T

Tipton

Tuscumbia

V

Van-Far

W

Wellsville-Middletown

Westran

K-12 education

ABC 17 News Team

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