Sno-Isle Tech will have a full online curriculum for its 1,100 students starting Wednesday. Unlike other public schools in the county, the center also will offer in person classes.
But not in the pre-COVID-19 way.
In-person learning will be done in a limited capacity and mixed in with remote classes.
Students who attend a class will be with three of their peers once every two weeks for either 2.5-hour morning or afternoon sessions starting Sept. 14 at the complex at 9001 Airport Way in Everett.
No more than four students and one teacher can be in the same classroom. The school follows Snohomish Health District guidelines.
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