After more than a year of offering online classes during the pandemic, GCCS is expanding its existing virtual academy.
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Thursday marked the second day of in-person instruction at Jefferson County Public Schools and the first for students in kindergarten through fifth grades whose last names start with the letters L-Z.
Safety is not the only concern for some parents, as many of them are still waiting on schedules and bus route information.
The first group of elementary students are set to walk inside JCPS schools on March 17, some for the first time and others for the first time in about a year.
The site lists everything from when children will be in class, bus information, to what to do if a student or staff member tests positive for COVID-19.
It's a relief for many parents who have been navigating the hybrid schedule, toggling between two days of in-person learning with NTI.
With all schools using the same hybrid model schedule, students will have two days of in-person instruction and three days of virtual learning. Students that decided against returning to in-person instruction will remain in NTI.
From the time Kentucky’s largest school district ceased in-person learning in March 2020 through Jan. 21, records obtained by WDRB News show JCPS teachers have written just 218 referrals for student misbehavior during nontraditional instruction.
In-person learning is something many parents want, but they also want to make sure it's safe.
About 60% of ECE students have opted for in-person learning, according to an administrator.