Hillsborough County Schools Reopening Plan Remains In Place

August 25, 2020

By: Staff Report

TAMPA, Fla. – Hillsborough School Superintendent, Addison Davis, confirmed Tuesday, that the plan to reopen school remains in place.

Students in Hillsborough County will continue e-learning for the first week with brick and mortar opening next week, August 31st.

On Monday, a temporary injunction against Commissioner Richard Corcoran’s executive order forcing all brick-and-mortar schools in Florida to reopen in August has been ruled by Judge Dodson.

Judge Dodson said the executive order was ‘unconstitutional’ to require ‘brick and mortar’ classes, this month, to reopen.

This ruling left parents and teachers with questions on whether or not that the plan to go back to brick and mortar next week would stay in place.

The school board met Tuesday morning and confirmed, the plan to reopen next Monday, remains the same.

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