After an outcry from parents, the school board voted unanimously to send kids back to school 4 days a week.
Students who opt in will learn from home on Wednesdays only.
This is the state's fourth largest school district, with 25,000 students.
Nearly 50% of students have returned to class, and more are expected to opt in over the coming months.
Those who want to continue learning remotely can still do so, of course.
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Bus capacity is limited at 50%, with school auditoriums abiding by CDC guidelines that require students will remain 3 feet apart.
Desktop barriers are in place when social distancing is not possible.
Wednesday will be a deep cleaning day in the district.
Also headed back today, students in Newark, New Jersey. Those students are returning after a year.
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