Inside Look: How APS is implementing COVID-safe practices in schools

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Starting next week, about 50% to 60% of students at Wilson Middle School will return to in-person learning after more than a year.

APS Chief Operations Officer Dr. Gabriella Duran Blakey gave KOB a sneak peek at what students will face when they return Monday.

"Every classroom in the district has received a classroom tote that has all the supplies that they need," she said.

Classes will be set up on a case-by-case basis. Some classes will have one student per table. Other classes will have tables and chairs six feet apart — some closer. A few classes, mainly special education classes, will have plexiglass dividers for students and teachers.

Watch the video above to see more.