PLUM BOROUGH (KDKA) – The Plum School District’s reopening plan was officially approved by the school board on Thursday night.

According to the Tribune-Review, parents in Plum will have the option of sending their kid back to school in person or continue with remote learning.

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The plan is on the district’s website for parents to review.

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A letter will be sent to families along with a survey seeing if the child will be returning to school or staying at home. It will also be a way for the district to know if parents would be able to pick up and drop-off the student in order to cut down on bus travel.

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As of now, the first day of school is set for August 19.