NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Sumner County Schools announced it will end its hybrid schedule next week and will return to a full-time traditional schedule.
The district made the announcement Friday, saying all students K through 12 will attend school five days a week until further notice.
“Per the district’s Pathway to Re-entry plan, our goal has been to return all students to in-person instruction daily as soon as possible, while protecting the health and safety of our students, staff and communities,” the district said in-part.
For the first two weeks of school, students were in the classroom for two days and learned from home the other three days. Of course, parents still had the option to allow their child to completely learn from home.
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