HARMONY, Pa. (KDKA) — The Seneca Valley School Board approved its return-to-school plan.

On Monday, the board voted 8-1 to approve the plan.

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Parents will be asked to choose between five days per week in class, fully online or a mix of online and in-person classes.

If Butler County remains in the “green” phase, the board said reopening will be on Aug. 26. as scheduled.

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Parents will receive an email with the options on Wednesday and have until July 29 to select the learning model they would like for their child.

In a survey, 79 percent of parents said they plan to have their kids in school every day.

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To view the plan on the Seneca Valley School District’s website, click here.