There will be in-seat classes in the Moberly School District, but administrators are still considering an option to allow students to take online classes at home. Superintendent Dr. Tim Roling came on Thursday’s edition of KWIXland This Morning and said they were leaning toward giving parents the choice, which would be for the semester, but no final decision is expected until early next week.

Dr. Roling said the district is better prepared for an online option or if in-person classes would shutdown.

Dr. Roling said there will be more expectations for any virtual classes.

Roling said two different surveys were sent to parents this summer seeking input and a re-entry team has been in discussions on how classes will take place in the Moberly School District.