MADISON (WKOW) -- Public Health Madison & Dane County released an amendment to Emergency Order #9 that allows for some students to attend class in-person.
The amended order takes effect Wednesday and will allow students with a disability or Individualized Education Program to be taught in-person.
Public health released the text of the amended order on its website Tuesday.
Emergency Order #9, originally released in August, requires all students in grades three through 12 to begin the school year virtually. Students in kindergarten through second grade could be taught in-person with certain precautions in place.