Ralston Public Schools Move Toward Full In-Person Learning

The Ralston Superintendent, Dr. Mark Adler, sends a letter to families and staff members of the school district explaining how they will be going back to five days a week, in-person learning for students.

Staff members say this transition will help students continue forward as they start the recovery learning process through the daily support of their academic achievement and mental health.

Ralston Public Schools will still offer extended campus learning if families are not yet comfortable with the in-person model.

Families that want to change from extended campus to in-person learning or vice versa can fill out a request form.

Here is the Superintendent's message to Ralston Public Schools' families: https://www.smore.com/9xzqh

(Image from Ralston Public Schools)

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