After consulting with the Franklin County Board of Education and the Health Department, Franklin County Schools will go back to an in-person hybrid model of instruction starting next week, Monday February 8th. While the number of cases reported on the Franklin County map is still high, it has been inflated quite significantly by a number of cases occurring in two locations. The hybrid model will be used in K-12; two days of in-person instruction and three days of virtual for all of our K-12 students. All of our principals have been working on developing this hybrid model, and can provide school-specific information to any questions you may have.
Parents/students will still have the option to stay with virtual instruction if they so choose.
We are excited to see our students return to the buildings!
Below is a video message from Superintendent, Mark Kopp.
Haga clic en el video a continuación para escuchar el mensaje del Superintendente, Mark Kopp en español.