CHICAGO (CBS)– Some Chicago Public Schools parents are facing an important deadline Wednesday.
If your child is in pre-K or special education Wednesday is the last day to let the district know if you want your child to resume in-person learning.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Mostly Dry Weekend
CPS hopes to reopen for school-based learning sometime in the second quarter, if public health officials say it’s safe. No date has been set.READ MORE: LIVE UPDATES: Protests Follow Release Of Video Of Police Shooting That Killed Adam Toledo
Parents who choose in-person learning can opt out at any time. Those who choose at-home learning will not have the option for in-person learning until the third quarter.
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