MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — As some school districts roll out specifics of how the upcoming year will work, others haven’t yet, and parents are preparing for every scenario as best they can.
Tracie Munce, the owner of Eagan Arms Public House, a pub in Eagan, plans to offer her employees with school-aged children a hybrid of a daycare and classroom.
Munce wants to turn a dining room that’s unused during the day into a learning space when school starts.
She’s looking to hire a tutor to help facilitate the children’s distance learning.
“Super exciting for me,” said Chelsea Job, a bartender at the pub. “I didn’t even have to think about it. I was like yep, absolutely.”
Job wasn’t sure how she’d juggle her job and her son Jackson’s distance learning when he starts second grade in the Bloomington district this fall.
“Is he going to have school?” Job said. “Is something going to happen where he can’t go to school? It is stressful. That is a stressful thing.”
The Bloomington district told parents it’ll release its plan for the year next week.
Munce says other employees of hers have kids in the Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan district.
There, half of the students will be going to school Mondays and Thursdays. The other half will attend on Tuesdays and Fridays.
“Their concern is…