Waubonsie Valley Prepares for Hybrid Learning

Hallway signs instruct students at Waubonsie Valley.
(photo credit / WVTV)

AURORA – Hybrid learning for Waubonsie Valley High School begins on January 26. The new system will include a combination of students who are learning in the building and students who are learning virtually from home.

For all hybrid/remote information, click here for the FAQ sheet.

The district has broken up students alphabetically (A-L and M-Z). As a result, Waubonsie Valley will “operate at 50% capacity to reduce contact and proximity.”

Students will be required to self-certify via StudentVue for any symptoms they may have. The school says that any students with symptoms should not attend in-person under any circumstances.

The frequently-asked-questions sheet provides information about what the school is doing to maintain safety for students and staff, including one-way hallways and staircases, mask requirements, and maintaining a six-foot distance whenever possible.

For more information, visit wvhs.ipsd.org.