With the start of school just over three weeks away, school superintendent Dr. Jute Wilson has promised to have a detailed plan for parents, staff and students by July 21.’This plan will be based on the latest health data and recommendations from all sources. The health and safety of our students and staff are at the top of our list of considerations. We will present various instructional models to address student learning which will include both on and off-campus delivery. We are working hard to finalize these options, taking special consideration of our many challenges with internet and device access. We are committed to providing a rigorous learning experience for all students, regardless of the obstacles we face,’ Wilson said.Parents are asked to monitor district and school-specific announcements in the coming weeks and to make sure the school system has up-to-date contact information for them. The situation remains fluid.’The fact remains we have an unpredictable pandemic that continues to interfere with every aspect of our day-to-day lives,’ Wilson concluded.