The Marceline School District will have in-person classes starting August 24th. Superintendent Brian Sherrow says a majority of the district patrons wanted to see this happen.

The district tossed around tons of ideas, and their in-person summer school session helped formulate their plan.

Sherrow says it wouldn’t be wise to have a “cookie-cutter” type plan where if you have this amount of cases, then you go to this plan.

The Marceline School District also has a virtual learning plan in place if they are forced to head in that direction.