Kentucky's color-coded guidance for school operations based on COVID-19 transmission will be discontinued March 1 but remain available to show areas of coronavirus spread in the state, he said.
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The concerns were published in a recent survey by the Jefferson County Teachers Association.
The district is partnering with Kroger to roll out its vaccination plan.
The chief of Hillview Police said the school district's program could help strengthen the community.
School districts have been asked to submit lists of all workers who want to take a COVID-19 vaccine to the Kentucky Department for Public Health by Dec. 30.
Many hope a virtual format will allow for family members and friends from out of town to tune into the shows.
Oldham County elementary and preschool students will continue virtual learning as the county remains in the "red zone," the district announced Friday.
Gov. Andy Beshear announced the sweeping edict during a news conference Wednesday detailing steps his administration will take to curb the spread of COVID-19.
While the state’s new color-coded map of counties’ COVID-19 incidence rates helps in the decision-making process, district leaders who spoke to WDRB News on Monday say they will rely heavily on school-based coronavirus cases to determine whether buildings or classrooms should be temporarily closed due to outbreaks.
Kentucky school district leaders will soon get more detailed COVID-19 data to help them decide when to transition to remote learning, Department for Public Health Commissioner Dr. Steven Stack said Monday.