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Wayne County Schools four day in-person learning kick off delayed until March 1st

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       Wayne County Schools have bumped the four-day a week in person instruction schedule to begin Monday, March 1st. All in-person students, will attend classes on Mondays through Thursdays with Fridays continuing to be a virtual day of learning for all students. Students who have chosen the virtual option may continue with full virtual instruction. The kick off had been planned for February 22, however, the date had to be pushed forward a week.

         In the meantime, virtual learning will be on Monday and Tuesday (Feb. 22 and Feb. 23) for all students. On Wednesday (Feb. 24) the red group students will be returning to campus and on Thursday (Feb. 25) the white group students will be attending in-person classes. Next Friday (Feb. 26) will be virtual learning for all students.

      On March 1st, all in-person students, will attend classes on Mondays through Thursdays with Fridays continuing to be a virtual day of learning for all students. Students who have chosen the virtual option may continue with full virtual instruction.

        The decision to return to class is based on the dramatic drop in the number of active Covid-19 cases in the community. In addition, the staff has had the opportunity to get the vaccine, helping lessen the chance of transmission.

         The staff is eager to return to in-person instruction because of the benefit to the students. Every effort is being made to adhere to the healthy at school guidelines. Masks will be mandatory for the students in grades one through seniors and meals will continue to be served in the classrooms.

         Buses will run their normal routes.





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