Brick-and-mortar schools in PBC to reopen between Sept. 14th and Sept. 21st

first_imgBrick-and-mortar schools in Palm Beach County will be allowed to reopen between Sept. 14th and Sept. 21st as a part of the county’s Phase Two reopening plan.The announcement was made by Mayor Dave Kerner during press conference on Friday.During the conference Kerner said that he spoke with both the Palm Beach County School Board and the Florida Department of Education about the situation and whether they were ready for students to return:“They indicated at that time that they would require more time,” Kerner said. ” Specifically, Dr. Fennoy indicated that September 21st would be the most ideal date for students to return to the school.”The mayor then took the recommendations to Governor Ron DeSantis who allowed for a longer time frame.“What they do with that new discretion and option is up to them,” Kerner said. ” right now, parents in this county need to know that at some point between September 14th and September 21st, brick-and-mortar schools will open in Palm Beach County.”Governor Ron DeSantis officially signed an executive order to allow Palm Beach County to move into Phase Two on Sept. 8th.Under Phase Two schools, movie theaters, bowling alleys, bars, clubs, and other facilities will be allowed to reopen.last_img

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