HENDERSON, Ky. (WFIE) - Henderson County Schools start hybrid learning on Monday.
According to the school district’s website, students will attend in-person classes on alternating days. Students in group one are heading to school on Monday and Tuesday, while those in group two are going on Thursday and Friday.
On the other days, students will take part in online instruction at home.
In order to bring these students back, the school district tells us they’ve worked on plans for months to make sure students are safe in their learning environment.
To do this, they have a few plans in place, including wearing a mask at all times except when eating or drinking, getting temperature checks daily and practicing good hygiene.
The school district also says on Wednesdays, they will be offering meal pickups for students. Meals will be available to pick up at all elementary locations from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Henderson County Schools aren’t the only ones heading back Monday.
Hancock County Schools are also heading back. District leaders there approved an A-B model for students. We’re told virtual learning options will still be available.
Students in McLean County are also set to head back Monday morning. They also plan on having a staggered attendance model.