Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Nashville To Return Teachers And Students To In-Person Classes

by DAMON MITCHELL, WPLN News, SEPTEMBER 8, 2020 - Metro Nashville Public Schools is making a greater commitment to protect the health of teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic, as the district prepares to transition back to in-person classes. ...


Starting Wednesday, the district is transitioning students attending Genesis Academy and High Roads School of Nashville, special day schools for students with disabilities, back to school buildings. All students with disabilities will be allowed to return to classrooms with face-to-face teacher support by Sept. 23. 

Schools leaders are planning to bring more teachers back for in-person instructions in October, starting with educators who teach the district’s youngest learners. Meanwhile, the district is asking parents to choose between online and in-person classes in a Metro Schools survey by Sept. 15. Families who do not complete the survey will be selected for in-person learning by default. Students who do return to school buildings will be required to wear face masks and follow health and safety protocols. (read more)

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