Central Dauphin School District parents rally against school’s hybrid schedule

Harrisburg

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — A protest is being held Monday by parents of the Central Dauphin School District, who aren’t happy about the District’s hybrid learning model.

They want in-person classes five days a week.

Students are currently only in classes for two days a week.

The protest will be held at C.D. East High School before the School Board meeting.

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