WILSON COUNTY, Tenn. (WTVF) — Wilson County students in 6th through 12th grade will begin heading back to the classroom full time in February.
6th through 8th grade students will return on Tuesday, February 16th. 9th through 12th grade students return Monday, February 22nd.
Face coverings and masks will be required for all students and staff.
In addition, beginning on March 1st, the first Monday of the month will be dedicated as "districtwide Asynchronous Learning Days" for all grades. On those days, students will not be in the classroom but "teachers will communicate will their students and families for learning expectations." According to the school district, these days do not largely affect any students currently enrolled in the Virtual Learning Program, which remains the same until the end of this school year.
What is the rebound?
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