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    Wayne County will resume in-person classes on Monday, September 28 on an alternating schedule.  In-person students will be assigned to attend school on either Red (Monday & Wednesday) or White (Tuesday and Thursday) days.  All other days will be virtual days.  Expect communication from your child’s teacher regarding their assignment by the end of the day on Tuesday, September 22nd. Arrangements will be made for all members of the same household to attend on the same days.  Students who chose the full-time virtual option will continue with virtual instruction. 

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Bus Evacuation Drills provide vaulable training to students who travel on field trips

Bell Elementary first graders on bus during drill


Transportation Supervisor Dwight Dobbs assists children off the bus

Transportation Supervisor Dwight Dobbs assisted Bell Elementary first grade students (l-r:) Tucker Kennedy, David Piercy, Brylee Madden, Mason Pyles, and Aydin Gregory off bus 258 at the drill.

Bell Elementary students at drill

(front to back:) First graders Alicah Lewis, Haven Walters, and Liberty Sanders listened to their driver's instructions.

Chloe Brooks gives her bus driver a hug

Bus 258 Driver Misty Hicks got a hug from one of her regular passengers, Chloe Brooks

Students board bus 254

Bus 254 Driver Mike Cooksey greeted children as they boarded the bus.

Driver Cooksey teaches students about bus safety

Bell Elementary students were good listeners as Driver Mike Cooksey taught them bus safety procedures. 

Pointing to the emergency hatch

Bell Elementary students pointed to an emergency hatch used only for emergency purposes.

Transportation Director Don Neal with students

Transportation Director Don Neal spoke to second graders (l-r:) Clark Phillips and David Perez Lopez who were participating in the evacuation drill as they boarded bus 259.

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