Harper School District buses unload students by Logan's Market on Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 8. Only 10 students can be on each bus due to Covid precautions. (The Enterprise/Aidan McGloin)
Local school districts are making the most of special state rules to get students back into classrooms – at least for a few hours – while a full return to class for most schools is still weeks away at best.
The state Department of Education allows groups of 10 students to be taught in-person for no more than two hours a day, with no more than 250 students per school building for an entire week.
For a school with fewer than 250 students, that means every student can come to a class if the school district chooses.
Each of the 113 students at Harper Charter . . .