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Three schools in the Alpine School District shift to hybrid schedule

Sep 23, 2020, 12:43 PM | Updated: 2:18 pm
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Orem High School in Orem is pictured on Thursday, Aug. 20, 2020. Photo: Kristin Murphy, Deseret News

SALT LAKE CITY — Beginning next week, three additional high schools in the Alpine School District will implement a hybrid schedule. Lone Peak High School, Orem High School, and American Fork High School will join Pleasant Grove in hybrid learning. 

On Friday the three schools will be closed so teachers can prepare for the hybrid schedule, according to a spokesperson with the district. Deep cleaning of the schools will take place over the weekend. 

Alpine district says it intends to keep the hybrid model “for a couple weeks.” They did not provide a concrete end date.

The Alpine district says they’re moving to a hybrid model after COVID-19 cases at Pleasant Grove High School stabilized because of that school’s transition. 

However, the district says in order to slow the spread of the virus, school schedules are subject to change. 

Related: Pleasant Grove High reports cluster of COVID-19 cases


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Three schools in the Alpine School District shift to hybrid schedule