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Press Release February 26th

An Executive Order (#2020-1041) signed by Governor Andy Beshear on February 23,
2021 now allows our School District to return to our original Hybrid Model on Monday,
March 1, 2021, that we used at the beginning of this school year. The Hybrid Model will
consist of the Traditional In-Person Learning Option, as well as, the Virtual Learning
Platform for those students who wish to continue learning virtually. Both the
Traditional In-Person Learning Option and the Virtual Learning Platform will be offered
all five (5) days during the week.

All three (3) elementary schools (Tyner Elementary School, Sand Gap Elementary School
and McKee Elementary School) and the Jackson County Middle School will be offering
both the Traditional In-Person Learning Option and the Virtual Learning Platform five (5)
days during the week beginning Monday, March 1, 2021.

Due to their ACT Testing, the Jackson County High School will remain on their current
schedule for the next two (2) weeks. The Jackson County High School will then begin
our original Hybrid Model on Monday, March 15, 2021. Beginning Monday, March 15,
2021, both the Traditional In-Person Learning Option and the Virtual Learning Platform
will be offered all five (5) days during the week at the Jackson County High School.

Preschool will return to its traditional Monday through Thursday school schedule
beginning Monday, March 1, 2021, as done in previous years. In order to remain in
compliance with Governor Beshear’s Executive Order regarding Guidance on Safety
Expectations and Best Practices for Kentucky Schools , if your Preschool child is presently
participating in the Traditional In-Person instruction, they may now attend school
Monday through Thursday In-Person. If your Preschool child currently participates in the Virtual
Learning Platform only, they will now participate four (4) days per week, Monday
through Thursday, using the Virtual Learning Platform.

We are very excited to be able to return to our original Hybrid Model!! We appreciate
everyone’s patience and understanding as we navigate these challenging times
together.





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