HOPKINSVILLE, Ky. (WTVF) — Christian County School Board members voted 4-1 to return to in-person instruction Tues., Sept. 8.
Local high schools and middle schools will return to in-person instruction in a hybrid model. Students will be in classrooms two days a week and learning from home three days per week.
All elementary schools will return to in-person instruction under a traditional model.
Superintendent Chris Bentzel took to social media to show his support for the decision. Click here for more information on the district's plan.
Proud of our @Christian_Co270 school board last night for making the decision to return students to our classrooms on Sept 8! We stand by giving CCPS parents the choice on selecting the return method for their child. We will be ready to welcome our students back!#ALLIN!— Chris Bentzel-CCPS Superintendent (@BentzelChris) September 4, 2020
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