MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WTVF) — Blackman High School students returned to virtual learning Fri., Nov. 6, due to COVID-19. But instead of returning to in-person learning Thurs., they will return Monday.
School officials said several teachers are still in quarantine but will be cleared Monday. That's why remote learning was extended a couple of days, bringing students back Nov. 16.
"We know this can be frustrating and inconvenient for some parents, but we appreciate your understanding as we address COVID-19 in our community. Thanks for all that you do as parents, and by working together, we will get through this pandemic," Communications Director James Evans said in an email to staff and parents.