Superintendents working to come up with fall plans

PIERRE, S.D. (WNAX) – School superintendents across the state have been holding virtual meetings, trying to come up with plans to restart classes next month.

The Associated School Boards of South Dakota has been coordinating the meetings.

Executive Director Wade Pogany says superintendents are feeling the pressure.

Pogany says they are hearing from parents, too.

Pogany says he knows districts and teachers will work to get kids caught up on their missed academics.

Pogany says they will be coordinating more meetings right up to the start of school.