Although it's taking place in Kennewick, students from all over the area are invited to attend.

Nov. 18th the Kennewick School Board is supposed to meet and 'reconsider' or re-evaluate their decision to delay hybrid in-class education for middle and high school students until February.

The controversial decision was made Oct 21 by a 3-2 vote. However, since then a series of marches, petitions, and two separate legal actions that have been started have gotten the board's attention, say parents.

One of the legal actions officially challenges their date change for hybrid. The other one is a formal recall for the three board members who voted for the change. While these recall efforts do take time, parents and supporters of hybrid say the KSD appears to be listening more.

This latest march Nov. 18 will begin at 10AM at Lampson Stadium, students expected to march down 4th to the Administration building.  A couple of weeks ago a similar march drew well over 400 students from all 3 cities, from grade through high school. They included Kennewick, Richland and Pasco kids.

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