Okemos Superintendent recommends school to be all-online

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Okemos, Mich. (WLNS) — The Okemos Superintendent is recommending a 100% online model for back-to-school this fall.

In an Okemos Public Schools meeting outlining items to address, the superintendent wrote that this is the safest options for students, staff and families and will offer more rigorous online offerings than in the spring.

The vote on the plan is scheduled in a couple of weeks.

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