With one month left in the 2020-21 academic year, Palisades Charter High School welcomed additional students back to campus on Monday, May 10.
“This was a true homecoming after being unable to be at Pali High for the past 14 months,” Principal Pam Magee shared in a statement. “Seeing our faculty reunited, socializing and planning together, albeit in masks and appropriately social distanced, was the rewarding culmination to a year of isolation.”
Students returned to the optional i-FLI program—in-person Faculty Led instruction—which combines students and teachers in classrooms with students who are participating in classes remotely, according to the school.
“Approximately 800 students have registered for the program that allows students to report to campus four days a week, or to choose an odd or even day schedule,” Magee said in the statement. Registration had closed for the launch of the program, but there will be additional opportunities to enroll in the future.
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