HAWESVILLE, Ky. (WFIE) - Several Kentucky school districts are back to virtual learning due to an increase of COVID-19 cases, including Hancock County Public Schools.
14 News spoke with Hancock County Schools Superintendent Kyle Estes on Thursday morning about how the school district is doing during this challenging year.
You can watch that full interview below.
Hancock County Schools are staying virtual through November 24.
The superintendent made the announcement Thursday evening, saying the school district had a significant number of staff members in quarantine.
Hancock County is currently listed as a “red zone” on the COVID-19 metrics map in Kentucky.
The earliest date that Hancock County Schools could return to some version of in-person learning is Monday, November 30.