LEBANON, Tenn. (WTVF) — Wilson County Schools has announced that Elzie D. Patton Elementary and Watertown Elementary will transition to remote learning next week.
The district said both schools will move to virtual learning from Monday, December 7 to Friday, December 18, which will lead into the upcoming holiday/winter break. These students are expected to return to traditional learning on Tuesday, January 5, 2021.
“The reason for this change in learning is due to an increasing number of students and staff affected by COVID-19, and out of the extreme caution for keeping our school community healthy,” Wilson County Schools wrote on Facebook.
Any students who need food assistance during this time can email a cafeteria manager from any other neighboring non-remote school. Those orders should be placed by 9 a.m. each school day. Meals can be picked up from 11-11:30 a.m. The contact info link for cafeteria managers is here: https://www.wcschools.com/Page/1435
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