Some public school students in Harlingen are about to start learning in the classroom again. A transition back to in-class instruction gets underway in the district today.
The Brownsville Herald reports that around 30-percent of the 18-thousand-students in the district will initially return to in-class instruction. Different students will be in school on different days during the transition.
The program mainly affects elementary grades as well as pre-K and K. At the High School-level, only seniors and siblings who are sophomores and juniors will be in the classroom at first.