The District 88 School Board unanimously approved the district base learning model for the 2020-20201 school year Monday during a special board meeting. The board adopted a plan calling for in-person learning for students grades K-6 and hybrid learning for students 7-12. The hybrid learning would include a combination of in-person and distance learning. The 7-12 grade students would attend in-person class based on an A and B schedule. The first two days of the week would be A schedule. The third and fourth day is B schedule days. The fifth day would serve as additional support and intervention for students in need. Distance learning is available for any family at anytime if they choose.