On Tuesday night, the board of the Monroe County Community School Corporation voted unanimously to accept revisions to the district’s re-opening plan proposed by superintendent Judith DeMuth.
A resurgence of COVID-19 cases across the country, state and local region, has led to concerns about the safety of students, teachers and staff.
Highlights of the revisions include a delay to the start for students until Aug. 12.
At that point, instruction will be online-only—at least to start. A re-evaluation of the situation will be done by Sept. 11. Families will get a week’s notice before a change from online instruction.
Teachers will start Aug. 5 and use the time from then until Aug. 12 to prepare for online-only instruction. Continue reading “Start for MCSCC students delayed until Aug. 12, online-only at first”