FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Fresno Unified has been approved by California health officials to bring students back on campus for in-person learning, the district said on Thursday.
Fresno Unified Superintendent Bob Nelson said in a statement that the district would be taking a "methodical, phased in approach" for returning kids to their campuses.
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For the remainder of the fall semester, the district said only small groups of students who are selected based on need will return.
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Fresno Unified said it is still working on plans for how it will bring students back. Nelson said their focus would remain on doing in-person learning safely.
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Fresno Unified gets approval to bring students back for in-person learning
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