School officials are moving forward with plans for school and extracurricular activities to pretty much return to normal by the fall. While they’re planning for the best possible outcomes, they’re all planning to be better prepared for the worst-case scenario -- having to go back to online school at a moments notice, Superintendent Brett Nelson reported at last night’s school board meeting.

That includes using the summer as an opportunity for teachers to train on technology and how to better deliver content and teach virtually, better assigning and tracking of electronic devices kids will be using -- particularly at lower grade levels, and even changing what schools kids will compete against when it comes to extra-curricular activities.