(PHOTO: Then Midland 4th Grader Egan Powers back in March enjoying remote, read aloud story time with canine classmate Fred.)
Rye Playland has been closed all season.
But Rye schools open Tuesday, and the school year promises to be a roller coaster ride for students, parents, teachers and staff.
Most students will be starting the school year under a hybrid in person and remote learning program. But just over 5% of the student body – 173 students representing 119 families across Rye – have opt-ed in for a full remote learning experience this fall semester.
The percentage of students varies between Rye Middle School with a high 6% of students opted-in for 100% remote learning to Milton School with a low of 2% of students opted-in for 100% remote learning.
Full stats follow:
|School||Enrollment Total||Number 100% Remote Opt-in||Percentage 100% Remote Opt-in|
|Rye High School||1,029||58||5.64%|
|Rye Middle School||759||47||6.19%|