ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – The Florida Department of Education has approved the back-to-school plan for Orange County Public Schools.
.@OCPSnews reopening plan has been approved- another reopening plan that allows parents the flexibility to choose the educational option that is right for their child.— Florida Department of Education (@EducationFL) July 21, 2020
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The plan allows parents to pick from three options:
- Face-to-Face learning
- Orange County Virtual School
- Innovate learning option.
Orange County plans to go back to school at Aug. 21.
Reopening plans from each county has to be sent to the Department of Education by July 31.
The Florida Department of Education approved the LaunchED at home plan for OCPS and the district is still waiting for a response on the local control waiver.
The reopening plan from Seminole County Schools and the reopening plan for Osceola County has also been approved by the department of education.