Gloucester High School and all six county elementary schools will reopen to students tomorrow, but Peasley and Page Middle School students will have another day off.
On Wednesday and for the remainder of the school year, the 780 Peasley students and the 580 children displaced from Page will share the Peasley campus.
Gloucester School Board members approved the shared campus plan early Monday morning. School division superintendent Ben Kiser said he and his staff felt it was critical to keep the Page students together, and to keep the teachers with their children.
Under the new plan, Peasley students will attend school from 7:15 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. and the Page students will attend from 1 to 6:30 p.m. The Peasley students get the early shift due to their closer proximity to the campus.
Kiser said Peasley students should meet their school buses 30 minutes earlier than usual. Page students will be contacted by their individual bus drivers regarding pickup times. Page studen...
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