As a final result of “a dramatic increase” in college student and staff members absences due to COVID-19, Tates Creek Elementary is switching to remote understanding from Thursday by at the very least Monday, Jan. 24.
“Our faculty is ….suffering from a remarkable boost in scholar and employees absences due to COVID-19,” claimed Tates Creek Elementary Principal Carrie Paul.
No other university in Fayette County was returning to remote learning as of Wednesday night time.
For the duration of remote studying, college students will use their Chromebooks to participate in are living ZOOM instruction with their course.
Psychological health and fitness or social psychological guidance and other assist will be offered.
All in-person additional-curricular functions are postponed until eventually the college returns to in-person finding out.
“We are aware of the important effects that arrives from relocating a school to temporary remote understanding and this selection has not been produced lightly,” Paul stated.
Numerous other university districts in Kentucky are returning to distant discovering since of an maximize in COVID instances.