Big Sky School District students will soon be fully returning to the hallowed halls of in-person education, per a recent unanimous school board decision. School districts across the nation are engaged in a calculated dance with Coronavirus.
Big Sky School District (BSSD) is now accepting construction bids for its expansion after approval of the $23.5 million school bond. BSSD superintendent Dustin Shipman said the district would like the project completed as soon as possible.
Working parents—essential workers and those working from home—really have shouldered the brunt of challenges brought on by the coronavirus.
This story was updated August 13.
Big Sky School District #72 students will return to school with a plan that cuts every class in half for attendance purposes.
Big Sky students will continue distance and virtual learning, per a unanimous Big Sky School District (BSSD) Board of Trustees decision made this morning during a special board meeting. School facilities will remain closed for the remainder of the school year.