INDIANAPOLIS — The spring semester is underway for students in Marion County.
While teachers in most school districts will initially instruct classes remotely, the Marion County Public Health Department announced Dec. 10 that in-person classes could resume Monday.
Here is a look at how each school district will begin the spring semester. Classes began Monday, unless stated otherwise.
Beech Grove City Schools: All students will participate in eLearning until Jan. 11 when buildings reopen for in-person classes.
Decatur Township: All students will learn remotely until Jan. 11. The district will then move to full in-person learning for students in K-6, while students in grades 7-12 will be on a hybrid schedule.
Franklin Township: When the semester begins Tuesday, students in K-6 will return to in-person classes, while those in grades 7-12 will be on a hybrid schedule.
Indianapolis Public Schools: All students will participate in eLearning until in-person classes resume Jan. 19.
Lawrence Township: The semester begins with remote learning for all students in K-12. In-person learning is scheduled to resume Jan. 19.
Perry Township: Students in kindergarten through fifth grade resumed in-person learning Monday, but children and parents have the choice to continue virtual learning. Grades 6-12 will be on a hybrid schedule with students taking classes in-person two days a week and eLearning three days a week.
Pike Township: Students will learn remotely until in-person learning can resume when Marion County's COVID-19 positivity rate dips below 10.4%.
Speedway Schools: Spring semester begins Tuesday with remote learning for all students. In-person learning resumes Jan. 11.
Warren Township: The semester is beginning with remote learning for all students. Students in K-5 will remain virtual until Jan. 15. In-person classes are scheduled to resume Jan. 19.
Washington Township: Students will participate in eLearning until a hybrid, in-person learning schedule resumes Jan. 19.
Wayne Township: Students will learn remotely until in-person classes resume Jan. 20.