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Provo School Board cites student engagement, low virus rates in move to Phase 2



PROVO, Utah – After delaying a move to Phase 2 for elementary schools until Monday at its last meeting, the Provo School Board delivered an announcement online stating the move to four days of in-person instruction “is a go.”

In Phase 1, schools were operating at 50% capacity with students attending two days a week and early dismissal times. The move to Phase 2 means that elementary schools can have 100% building capacity, four days of instruction for all students and early dismissal.