Gov. Andy Beshear’s administration outlined a process Tuesday to publicly report COVID-19 cases affecting schools as the debate continues to swirl about when to resume in-person classes. Beshear recently urged Kentucky’s K-12 schools to wait until Sept.
The Grayson County School District has released important information related to the 2020-2021 school year. The following information, also available on the district’s website, concerns Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) expectations and guidelines for students and parents/caregivers. Technology Reliable
As Grayson County Schools ramp up to begin the school year virtually, Grayson County High School is hosting a Chromebook giveaway for students who don’t have the key piece of technology. The district said that Chromebooks for
Some schools to open with in-person instruction, Beshear urges patience as COVID cases spike among children
Gov. Andy Beshear pointed Thursday to the spread of COVID-19 among children in urging school districts to show patience and hold off resuming in-person classes until late September. The state’s public health commissioner warned that Kentucky’s coronavirus
Closures in spring 2020 caused delays and rescheduling of many year-end education programs. Several new Grayson County High School graduates, though, were recently able to take and pass their Career Technical Education (CTE) End of Program (CTE