By CBS3 Staff

DOWNINGTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — The Downingtown Area School Board voted to return to full in-person instruction on Wednesday night. The district will welcome back students full-time on March 15.

Parents, students and teachers made their voices heard during public comments.

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Caryn Ghrayeb was the only board member to vote no.

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“My vote is based on the way this plan has evolved. There is no input from the community and its creation feels like it has been created behind closed doors,” Ghrayeb said.

“We miss our teachers too. Staring at a screen is not school, please open our schools now,” one student said.

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Fridays will be a virtual learning day for most students.