By CBS3 Staff

LOWER MORELAND TOWNSHIP, Pa. (CBS) – Students in the Lower Moreland School District in Montgomery County are getting ready to return to full in-person learning. It starts Monday morning for students at Pine Road Elementary School.

Lower Moreland Middle and High School students will return Tuesday to full in-person learning.

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The entire district has been operating under a hybrid schedule since the start of the school year.

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Eyewitness News spoke with one parent who says she felt the school district did all it could in the past year under difficult circumstances.

“Trying to work and help them – he’s in first grade so he needs a lot of help, she’s pretty much all on her own. She’s in fourth grade, but it’s been rough,” parent Jessica Derr said. “I think they did great. They were in a terrible situation, there is no win and I think they did a fabulous job.”

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Meanwhile, 35 more Philadelphia schools also welcomed students back Monday as part of the district’s hybrid learning plan.