NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Metro Nashville Public Schools parents have until the end of the day to decide on how their child will continue learning this year.
MNPS Director Dr. Adrienne Battle extended the deadline for the district’s family decision survey until Friday. More information on that survey is available here.
The survey asks families to make a decision on whether or not their child will be returning to in-person learning once the district decides to reopen classrooms. The decision will be made for the remainder of the year, with an option to update that decision prior to the start of the second semester in January.
Earlier this week, MNPS officials announced they’re proposing a phased approach to returning students to the classroom, beginning in October for younger students and extending into 2021 for high school students.
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