HBUHSD back to distance classes

HUNTINGTON BEACH High School is one of six comprehensive high schools in the HBUHSD and the oldest, having been established in 1906 (OC Tribune photo).

Campuses in the Huntington Beach Union High School District will go to “100 percent” distance learning starting on Jan. 4 and continuing through the end of the semester on Jan. 29.

The HBUHSD made the announcement on Thursday in a letter to parents, employees and others. It came in response to the extension of the statewide “stay-at-home” order on Dec. 29.

Instruction will continue in daily live instruction via computers and other electronic devices using the same bell schedule used earlier in the semester.

Some activities, such as athletics, visual performing arts and other “co-curricular’ activities will continue outdoors with physical distancing .

The HBUHSD serves Huntington Beach and parts of Fountain Valley, Garden Grove and Westminster. It operates six comprehensive high schools: Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, Edison, Marina, Ocean View and Westminster as well as three alternative education schools.

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