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Superintendent Dr. William R. Hite announced earlier this morning at a news conference that The School District of Philadelphia “WILL OPEN” in September but with temporary “service reductions.”

The reductions include:

  • High school students who live within two miles of school will not receive transportation support. This will impact about 7,500 students at district, charter, and non-public schools.
  • Less frequent cleaning of schools, fewer cleaning supplies, and delayed repairs at schools.

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