ORCUTT, Calif. – Orcutt Union School District held a special board meeting Monday night to discuss a potential reopening date for elementary schools.
Some parents rallied outside the facility in support of reopening schools.
"I, as well as many other parents in the district, feel like it is time to open," said Sandra Fuhring, a parent of an OUSD student.
According the school's website, blended learning will begin as soon as possible. Santa Barbara County must be in the Red Tier of the state's reopening plan for five consecutive days and the district must get approval from the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department.
The meeting began at 5 p.m. Parents began rallying at 4 p.m.
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