As Meade County Schools prepare for the September 28th in-person start date, Superintendent Mark Martin says that the priority is making sure the return is done safely. Martin says that prior to fall break, the district will be implementing a “phased” return process.
Post fall break, the return will change slightly. Provided the county is not in the red in terms of COVID cases, middle and high school students will go to an A/B schedule, and elementary school students will see a return to class five days a week. Martin says that this is due to the ability of middle and high school students to participate in virtual learning, as well as other factors.
If the district is in the red, Martin says that the district will return to virtual learning for the protection of students, staff, and the community.