Clark County schools start hybrid in-person classes Oct. 30
CLARK COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – Clark County Schools are joining the growing list of districts returning to some form of in-person classes.
The district sent parents a notice Tuesday outlining a return to a hybrid in-person schedule starting Oct. 30 ( CCPS 2020-10-14-10-04-49_CCPS Hybrid Letter).
The schedule will have one group of students doing in-person classes on Mondays and Tuesdays and distance learning Wednesday through Friday, and another group doing distance learning Monday through Wednesday and in-person Thursday and Friday.
Wednesdays will be used for cleaning schools and other activities.
“Parents/guardians will be notified of their students’ Hybrid Group on Tuesday, October 20, 2020. Every effort is being made to keep all students within a household in the same group,” Superintendent Paul Christy said in a note to parents.
“We will continue to provide the Full-Time Distance Learning option for those parents/guardians of students opting to stay all virtual. For those choosing to continue with the Full-Time Distance Learning model, the expectation is to remain in that platform until the end of the 2nd 9-weeks (January 8, 2021),” Christy added.