Schools push toward full-time return to buildings

School districts in Spokane County are moving forward with plans to bring students back full time.

This week, custodians throughout the Central Valley School District are bringing in more desks and chairs in preparation for another step toward normalcy.

By mid-April, CV and several other districts will have in-person learning five days a week.

Students can now sit in class 3 feet apart, but masks are required. Space between students and staff still must be 6 feet.

Also, the school day will end around noon, when students will grab lunches and go home to work on assignments.

On Wednesday, the West Valley school board approved a plan to

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