LEBANON, Tenn.(WTVF) — Wilson County Schools announced it's taking more steps forward in how it sends kids back to school.
Thursday night, the Board of Education decided to start sending fourth and fifth graders back to school full-time after fall break. Their first day back will be October 12.
Kids in grades six through 12 will remain on the modified hybrid schedule until further notice. Pre-K through third graders transitioned to the traditional schedule a few weeks ago.
The district said it will continue monitoring county health trends to determine when would be the best time to bring those students back to the classroom full time.
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