Students who choose this option will remain enrolled in their local schools and the plan will likely include one-on-one time with a teacher.
Children will be placed in learning groups within their schools for a possible transition to in-person learning this school year.
Students across the province begin their return to class on September 10, with measures in place to prevent the widespread transmission of COVID-19.
All 60 districts in the province released their plans for the school year on Wednesday.
Central to the province’s guidelines is a plan to place students in learning groups of 60 to 120 children that will allow social interaction while simplifying the contact tracing process.
Vancouver’s plan originally included three options: full-time in-person classes; homeschooling with all the education provided by parents; and the distributed learning program offered by the Vancouver Learning Network Elementary Program.
The school board says 69% of parents who responded to its survey plan to send their children back to school full-time, while 29% were more interested in a “Learn at Home” bridging program.