OWENSNBORO, Ky. (WEHT) – Students in Daviess County Public Schools will continue remote learning once they return from winter break, but will be able to go back to a in person learning later in January, read a letter from superintendent Matt Robbins.
The plan to return to hybrid schedule is below:
- Jan. 4 – DCPS staff return to work – Professional Day.
- Jan. 5 – DCPS students resume remote learning.
- Jan. 11 – Elementary and middle school students resume the A-B Hybrid Schedule. (High schools continue remote learning.)
- Jan. 18 – No school for students (federal holiday: Martin Luther King Jr. Day).
- Jan. 19 – High school students resume A-B Hybrid Schedule.
The A-B Schedule ensures a smaller number of students on school buses and in buildings at any time (no more than 40% of a school’s enrollment).
All students previously enrolled in Virtual Academy may continue that option or may transition to A-B Schedule when the second semester begins on Jan. 19, the letter read. Parents/guardians are asked to notify their principal of their intent to transition students from Virtual Academy to A-B Schedule by Jan. 8. The email address formula for DCPS staff members is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Snow days will also now be non-traditional instructional days for all grades unless otherwise communicated the superintendent, the letter read.
(This story was originally published on December 21, 2020)
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