NATICK – Half days scheduled into the 2020-21 school year will now become full days, including the last day of school in June, announced Natick Superintendent Anna Nolin.
“Due to time on learning expectations, all 1/2 days previously scheduled for April, May and June will become full days of school, including the last day of school in June (date TBD). All events, meetings, and trainings scheduled for these days will be canceled,” said Nolin in an email to parents tonight, March 19.
A return to full-time in person learning for Natick elementary students will begin on April 5 for K-5 students.
A return to full-time in-person learning for middle and high school students will begin on April 28.
Natick is currently in a hybrid model.