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Tamarack Elementary closed to all in-person learning, starting Tues.

Tamarack Elementary School in Daviess County is closed to all in-person learning starting Tuesday.

Evansville Catholic schools report 10 new positive COVID-19 tests

  USI, UE outlines spring semester plans

  OPS students return to in-person learning on hybrid schedule

  Custodians in Henderson Co. sanitize schools ahead of Group 2′s return

  Some KY schools begin vaccination process, thousands of teachers await to receive doses

  Dawson Springs Schools delays return to in-person learning, new date set for Feb. 1

Continued Coverage

Bus driver shortage delaying preschool return in Daviess Co.

  K-8 students at Daviess Co. Schools head back to class on hybrid schedule

  Muhlenberg Co. Schools extend virtual learning another week

OPS moving to hybrid plan Thursday

  First week back for Warrick Co. Schools

  50% of students in Wabash Community Schools received an ‘F’ last semester

  Henderson County Schools beginning hybrid learning on Mon.

School officials say that students in Group 1 will attend in-person classes on Monday and Tuesday, while those in Group 2 will head to school on Thursday and Friday.

  MSD of North Posey heads back to class despite county being in the ‘red’

North Posey students headed back to the classroom Monday despite being in the county being in the red.

  Tri-State students return from break with some going back in-person, others virtually

The Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation, the Warrick County School Corporation, Owensboro Public Schools and Henderson County Public Schools are set to resume Monday.

  Warrick Co. returning to in-person learning after Christmas break

Parents will still have the option to chose virtual learning.

  Kentucky schools react to Gov. Beshear’s school announcement

  Jasper High School students going virtual due to large amount of close contacts

  Cannelton City Schools to return to in-person learning Mon.

  KY Teachers Advisory Council discusses in-person learning return

  State Board of Education approves waivers from EVSC

  So. Indiana Career & Technical Center working to recruit students

Owensboro Public Schools remaining virtual through Dec. 18

The Owensboro Public School District announced Thursday that students will stick with virtual learning through December 18.

  Cannelton City Schools begin virtual learning Mon.

Cannelton City Schools will start virtual learning next week.

  OPS feeding students during virtual learning

Owensboro Public Schools’ feeding sites are weekly providing hundreds of students with breakfast and lunch.

  North Gibson schools return to in-person learning

Starting Monday, the North Gibson School Corporation says that all students and staff at Princeton Community Middle School and Princeton Community High School will return to in-person learning.

  Warrick County high school students moving to virtual learning

Students between grades 9-12 at the Warrick County School Corporation will transition to virtual learning on Monday.

  Federal court grants Gov. Beshear’s appeal to keep private, religious schools closed in Kentucky

The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit has ruled in favor of Governor Andy Beshear’s appeal to keep private religious schools closed for in-person learning.

Beshear files appeal to keep private, religious schools closed for in-person classes

U.S. District Judge Gregory Van Tatenhove made the ruling on a lawsuit initially filed by Attorney General Daniel Cameron and Danville Christian Academy on Nov. 20.

  Owensboro Catholic Schools returning to in person classes

Now that a judge has stopped Gov. Beshear’s order to stop in person classes at private schools, Owensboro Catholic Schools say they will return to class.

  Judge strikes down Gov. Beshear’s order to halt in-person learning at private religious schools

A federal judge ruled Wednesday that religious schools in Kentucky can still hold in-person classes.

  Health experts worry about COVID-19 spread when college students travel for holidays

Thousands of college students are heading home for a Thanksgiving feast and eventually for winter breaks.

  NE Dubois High School to stay on hybrid schedule

The intermediate and elementary schools are going to continue to learn in-person.

  North Gibson to return to in-person learning following Thanksgiving break

North Gibson says they’re planning to return to regular, in-person instruction after Thanksgiving break.

  Warrick Co. high schools going virtual after Thanksgiving break

Superintendent Brad Schneider explained the decision was an issue of both safety and staffing.

  UE offering rapid-result COVID-19 testing to students returning home

UE will begin offering free, rapid-result testing to students who are planning to return home for Thanksgiving Break.

  Ohio Co. schools bus drivers to start food deliveries with move to virtual learning

Officials say their busses will travel their normal routes to deliver food.

  High school students in Warrick Co. going all virtual

The Warrick Co. School Corporation has announced all high schools students will moved to virtual learning starting Nov. 30.

  Kentucky schools move to virtual learning Monday

Schools all across the Commonwealth are moving to virtual learning Monday.

  Officials: High rate of failing grades among OPS students attributed to pandemic

Owensboro Public Schools officials are working to get students back on track. That’s as the district said they’re seeing an up tick of students with failing grades across their district.

  Retirement parade held for Henderson superintendent

A retirement parade was held to honor Henderson County Schools Superintendent Marganna Stanley on Friday.

  Henderson Community College to move courses online in response to COVID-19 pandemic

Henderson Community College (HCC) will be moving to virtual learning starting on Monday.

  Owensboro Catholic Schools to reluctantly comply with Gov. Beshear’s orders

Owensboro Catholic Schools plans to move to virtual learning Monday, school officials announced on Thursday.

  Substitute teachers needed in Evansville as classroom demands continue to grow

School officials are seeing more and more teachers consider early retirement, or even resigning because of recent demands.

WiFi hotspots added at 7 volunteer fire stations across Daviess Co.

Fiscal Court officials say the hotspots are to help students and adults working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hotspots available in Union Co. for students needing WiFi

Buses will be out and about in Union County starting Thursday for students who need access to WiFi.

  Henderson schools going virtual for at least 2 weeks

For the two weeks of November 23rd and November 30th, all Henderson County Schools will utilize non-traditional instruction (NTI)

  Hopkins Co. Schools to stay with virtual learning until after winter break

Hopkins County Schools will stay with nontraditional learning for at least the remainder of the semester.

  South Spencer High School going virtual through Thanksgiving

South Spencer High School students are going virtual starting Tuesday.

  Thelma B. Johnson Early Learning Center going virtual

Due to an increase in staff quarantines at Thelma B. Johnson Early Learning Center, school officials say non-traditional Instruction will be utilized for the remainder of this week and the week of November 23.

No meal delivery this week for McLean Co. Schools

McLean County Public School officials say they will not be delivering meals to homes this week.

South Spencer Middle School learning virtually

They’ll continue online learning through Thanksgiving and return to in-person on November 30.

  Dawson Springs Schools switching to virtual learning this week

The Dawson Springs Independent School System announced that in-person learning has been temporarily suspended due to COVID-19 concerns.

  North Middle School moving to non-traditional instruction on Mon.

North Middle School in Henderson County will transition to non-traditional instruction starting on Monday.

  Warrick Co. Schools tackle COVID-19 as flu season approaches

As COVID-19 cases continue to rise, so do the number of positive cases in schools.

  Hancock County Public Schools staying virtual through Nov. 24

Hancock County Schools Superintendent Kyle Estes made the announcement Thursday evening, saying the school district had a significant number of staff members in quarantine.

  EVSC announces online streaming for winter sports

School officials announced all home athletic contests taking place in the EVSC’s five high school gymnasiums will be live-streamed.

  NE Dubois Jr-Sr High School switching to hybrid learning starting Mon.

Students at Northeast Dubois Junior-Senior High School will switch learning styles next week.

Union County Schools transitions to remote learning starting Thursday

The Union County Public Schools alerted families Wednesday that students and staff will switch to virtual learning, starting on Thursday morning.

  Owensboro Public Schools moving to virtual learning

Owensboro Public Schools are moving to virtual learning due to rising COVID-19 cases.

Daviess Co. Schools going virtual

Because of rising COVID-19 cases, Daviess County Schools say they will also go virtual.

  Webster Co. students go virtual until after Thanksgiving

School officials say they are seeing an increase in quarantines among students and staff.

  Hopkins Co. Schools learning virtually until Nov. 30

Hopkins County Schools will be learning virtually until at least Monday, November 30.

  Webster Co. H.S. going virtual for at least two weeks

Webster County High School says they will switch to remote learning for at least two weeks due to rising COVID-19 cases.

  Owensboro Public Schools reveal plans for spring semester

Owensboro Public School officials say they would like to see their students back in the classroom for at least four or five days each week next semester.

  USI Board of Trustees approves $113.9M budget for 2020-21 academic year

The University of Southern Indiana Board of Trustees approved an operating budget worth $113.9 million for the 2020-21 academic year on Thursday.

  McLean Co. Schools still learning virtually

There’s an update expected from school officials on Friday.

  Perry Central moving to e-learning

Starting Tuesday, Perry Central Community Schools will be moving to a fully virtual format for school through Friday, November 13.

WNIN receives $25K grant to help support its at-home classroom project

WNIN officials say this money will go to supporting its at-home classroom project with the EVSC.

  Challenges for EVSC as COVID-19 cases continue to grow

COVID-19 cases continue to rise, and there’s more concern as we head into colder months with cold and flu season.

  McLean Co. Schools continuing virtual learning

School officials say it’s due to the high rate of positive and quarantine cases.

  Dawson Springs Schools resuming with hybrid learning model this week

Students with the Dawson Springs Independent School District will return to the classroom with a hybrid schedule on Monday.

  Muhlenberg Co. Schools returning to hybrid learning, students allowed in person on Mon.

Officials with the Muhlenberg County School District are sticking with their plans to return to a hybrid A/B schedule on Monday.

  Pumpkin patch field trip comes to students

Teachers and parents at Good Shepherd Catholic School in Evansville made sure their students were able to continue a yearly tradition, in a safe way.

  USI will start spring semester online

Classes for students of the University of Southern Indiana will be online for the first three weeks of the spring semester, with the exception for labs, practicums and other areas that require in-person attendance.

  Mt. Vernon schools prepare to reopen after shutting down due to staff shortages

Mount Vernon Schools are preparing to reopen after suddenly shutting down due to staff shortages.

  EVSC doesn’t plan to go to e-learning anytime soon

EVSC officials are squashing some rumors going around.

  Henderson Co. Schools go virtual due to positive COVID-19 cases

The rise in cases of coronavirus is having a major impact on schools in our area.

  Mt. Vernon Schools move to e-learning until Oct. 26

Officials say it’s due to staff quarantines and a lack of substitutes.

  Pike Co. schools move to hybrid schedule

The corporation’s Facbeook page shows that’s because many students are quarantined.