Around 11,000 Roseville high school students are going back to campuses for in-person instruction during the lastest wave of COVID-19. The school board voted last month to resume in-person classes at its nine high schools in the district. Instruction is five-days a week and classes are 70 minutes long.
Like most areas in California, coronavirus cases in Placer and Sacramento counties are spiking. However, some parents welcome the return to live instruction saying it's better for learning and mental health. Others worry the district's action is premature and are opting for remote instruction via the Roseville Student Virtual Learning Academy.