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Kentucky Wesleyan plans for full return to campus this fall

Kentucky Wesleyan has operated throughout the 2020-21 academic year in a hybrid fashion.

Bath County moving to in-person classes four days a week

Students who want to change their learning option have until Friday, March 12 at 5:00 p.m. to make that choice.

In-person classes in Scott County to resume Jan. 27

The current coronavirus vaccine schedule for teachers, the county's current virus numbers and student transportation were among the issues discussed.

Judge halts governor’s order banning in-person classes at private religious schools

The governor has already appealed Wednesday's ruling.

No timeline yet to begin in-person classes in Fayette County

Superintendent Manny Caulk says the district is waiting on family survey results before moving forward with tentative or firm dates on returning to in-person instruction or a hybrid schedule.

Laurel County to begin in-person classes Sept. 3

The decision goes against the governor's recommendation on when to begin in-person instruction.

Lexington Catholic returns to virtual learning Monday due to positive COVID-19 tests

Lexington Catholic began the year with in-person classes August 19.

Fayette schools issue statement on online classes, Virtual Academy

Statement comes after Beshear recommendation.

Centre plans return to in-person classes in late August

DANVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ) - Centre College in Danville detailed plans Friday for an in-person return to classes this fall, starting in late August. In a...

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Time nearing for families to request a “repeat” school year for their child

A new state law makes it possible for students currently enrolled in grades K-12 to use the 2021-22 academic year to retake or supplement courses or grades they've taken this school year during the pandemic.

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