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"Cheryl is the assistant principal here in Indio High School, she says, as special education students and those in the career programs returned today, Safety is top of mind with our special education students. They have been moving from class to class, but more in like a cohort model. So they'll stay with one group across Fairfax County, 8000. Students will return to the classroom today. Next week. 7000 special ed kindergartners and pre K students will return. All students are expected to be back by March. 16th Melissa How w. T O P Names in Loudoun County Elementary School kids whose parents prefer hybrid learning went back to their brick and mortar buildings today, school board member Jeff Morris watched them come in this morning as I stopped by one of the elementary schools, Cardinal Ridge Elementary What was interesting was it was like a first day of school. There was I actually observed one child hugging his dad. You know, having that that separation anxiety that a lot of the younger Children see on their first day of school. But Alison saw ah lot of Children that were skipping into the into the school, socially distance from the rest of their bus riders loud in middle and high school students who opted into hybrid learning will return March 3rd. The scene was similar in Frederick County, Maryland, where students started their hybrid program. And today they are kids in the actual classrooms. Or there are kids in the actual classrooms two days a week and to prevent overcrowding. They're divided into two groups that come in on different days time. Montgomery County wants to help any kid who's fallen behind catch up. Schools are planning a variety of summer programs for students to work on the math, literacy and prepare for fall classes at the next grade level. Registration starts in April or details expected next month. How will increased remote working Because of the pandemic affect this region? Some new study results are out. A report by the Greater Washington partnership found that employers expect fewer than 30% of their workers to be physically at work sites in the first quarter of this year, increasing to 75% by the fall. The report finds the capital region a second on Lee to the San Francisco Bay area in the share of people who work in remote Bubble jobs. Researchers don't expect a lot of people to move out of the D M V like they have in San Francisco in New York. But it says spending by commuters around their workplace may decrease by.