San Luis Coastal Unified School District just released a first draft of its plans to reopen.
Since mid-March, schools have been closed amid COVID-19 and students have had to adjust to distance learning.
The draft, unveiled Monday, details three plans.
Plan A is the preferred plan. This plan includes traditional in-person school structure with extra safety precautions and a distance learning option.
Plan B is combined in-person and distance learning with social distancing and smaller class sizes.
Plan C is enhanced distance learning. This plan would mean every student is in full distance learning similar to Spring 2020.
The school district says a decision will be made by August 1 as to which plan will be implemented. The draft can be altered as needed.
This Friday is the last day of school before summer break. Students will resume classes on August 17.