Source: Waukesha Freeman

In an unanimous vote, the Waukesha School Board on Wednesday decided to return to five-day in-person learning at the start of the second semester, Jan. 26.

Wisconsin Assembly Rep. Adam Neylon, R-Pewaukee, weighed in as well with an issued statement.

“The option of in-person education is vital, and today I’m submitting testimony to the Waukesha School Board urging them to eliminate the current hybrid education model for Waukesha students in middle and high school,” Neylon said. “I believe it’s time our students and parents have the option.”