NORWICH – The Norwich High School recently welcomed back its students after launching its hybrid instruction initiative, which focuses on getting students back into schools safely.
According to Norwich High School Principal Kisten Giglio, hybrid instruction at the school has gone smoothly with students returning to in-person classes on a split schedule.
Giglio said students are split into an “A” cohort or a “B” cohort, and students in the “A” group will attend school in person on Monday and Tuesday.
She said Students in the “B” group will attend in person on Thursday and Friday, but those students who have been attending school now, will continue with a Monday-Friday schedule.
She added that Wednesday will be a virtual day for all students besides the Monday-Friday scheduled students.