Governor Holcomb made some new education announcements on April 2, 2020. He announced there will be no more physical school for 2019-2020 school year, though virtual education and non-traditional education may continue to occur. Indiana schools must provide at least 160 days of instruction for this year. This will not be a problem for NAFCS.
With the new direction from the Governor, NAFCS will soon establish a plan for the remainder of this school year. This plan will be announced in the next few weeks. Schools must submit their plan to IDOE by April 17. The IDOE is also clarifying what “graduation requirements” now look like for the class of 2020. We are waiting for those details to be placed in writing to review, before moving forward.