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Fayette County to continue online learning through at least Feb. 12

The decision to continue remote learning came after consulting with the health department.

Fayette County to announce Tuesday if students will return to classroom Feb. 8

Whenever students return to the classroom, the school district say it will happen in stages, beginning with kindergarten through second grade.

Floyd County Public Schools to continue online learning only for now

The board of education plans to reevaluate the situation at its next board meeting in late February.

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.

Fayette County continuing online instruction through end of January

Students, staff case numbers jump in last 11 days.

‘Virtual Cram the Cruiser’ with school supplies in Nicholasville

Find out how you can help provide school supplies to students in Jessamine County.

Back to school clothes might look a little different, but in reality maybe not?

One Scott County mom of four says during a pandemic, keep it simple.

Clark County sets date for first day of school

Clark County Public Schools will begin the new school year in September.

‘Virtual’ learning not as effective, early study finds

Study looked at virtual charter schools in Indiana

Another group offers online learning tools

Newton's Attic joins list of agencies, groups providing online tools for home learning, activities.

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