Seattle vets school options for fall, may return to class

SEATTLE (AP) — The Seattle school district says it will soon decide how the next school year will operate given the current coronavirus pandemic. Washington state’s largest school system announced Tuesday that it’s considering three options, including fully remote learning. The district moved largely online since it first shut down all buildings on March 12 due to the COVID 19 outbreak. The district is also considering an option for the fall that would have students splitting their time between the classroom and online, which may depend on their grade level.