MANCHESTER, Tenn. (WTVF) — Coffee County Central High School and Coffee County Raider Academy are moving to distance learning due to an increase in COVID-19 cases.
Coffee County Schools said students and staff will meet virtually from Oct. 29 through Nov. 6.
All other schools in the district will be on their regular schedule of in-person learning Monday through Thursday. The district said Coffee County Schools will remain on distance learning only on Fridays.
The teacher in service day that was scheduled for Nov. 3 due to the election is still in place. School officials said no in-person or virtual classes will meet on November 3.
What is the rebound?
As Middle Tennessee works to rebound from the impact of the Coronavirus, we want to help. Whether it's getting back to work, making ends meet during this uncertain time, or managing the pressure, we're committed to finding solution. In addition, we want to tell your stories of hope, inspiration, and creativity as Middle Tennessee starts to rebound.
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Getting Back To WorkLearn about the latest job openings, how to file for benefits and succeed in the job market.
Making Ends MeetFind help on topics from rent to food to new belt-tightening techniques.
Managing the PressureFeeling isolated or frustrated? Learn ways to connect with people virtually, get counseling or manage your stress.
Doing What’s RightKeep track of the way people are spending your tax dollars and treating your community.
State of EducationFind ways to cope with the new normal around schools and celebrate students’ success in the age of Coronavirus.
We're Open Y'allSupport local businesses doing their best to stay open and serve their customers during Covid.