The Redwood Valley High School is going back to a hybrid model this week, but students and staff in grades kindergarten through eighth grade are not affected.

On Tuesday, Superintendent Becky Cselovszki notified parents that the hybrid model for grades 9-12 will start Thursday, April 29, and last for a currently unknown amount of time.

The district is going back to the hybrid model because of an extended exposure that cannot be contact traced. The high school will move back to in-person as soon as it is judged safe.

Testing of students is recommended, and will be available next Tuesday at the school.