Jason Radford primary focus now, he says, is learning more about the district’s successes and areas that may need attention.
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Jason Radford was one of three finalists for the impending superintendent vacancy.
The district announced the three finalists to replace Superintendent Greg Schultz on Thursday: Sharla Six, assistant superintendent at Franklin County Schools; Jason Radford, assistant superintendent with Boone County Schools; and Brent Deaves, assistant superintendent for support services at OCS.
Superintendent Greg Schultz, in a letter to families, cited the county's declining COVID-19 incidence rate for dropping its hybrid schedules for middle and high school students starting April 12.
The decision has been backed by the Oldham County Health Department based on recent COVID-19 case trends outside of long-term care and correctional facilities, Schultz said.
The district, which transitioned to remote learning in November as local COVID-19 caseloads put Oldham County in the state's "red zone" for coronavirus spread, had planned to resume in-person classes on Monday.
Oldham County Schools will transition to remote learning for three weeks starting Friday after the county hit the "red zone" in Kentucky's COVID-19 incidence rate metric, Superintendent Greg Schultz announced Monday.
Elementary schools will reopen on Sept. 16 while preschools will resume in-person instruction on Sept. 21, according to a letter from OCS.
In a social media post Friday, Oldham County Schools Superintendent Greg Schultz cited concerns with class sizes and detailed his proposal to alternate students for in-person instruction in the district's middle and high schools for at least the first four weeks of the 2020-21 school year.