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Students Return to School

By Eugenia Jones

McCreary County School District resumed in-person classes Monday and will be using tents donated from Outdoor Venture Corporation (OVC) to be used when temperature checks are taken as part of the School District’s sceening protocol for in-person classes.



On Monday, the McCreary County School District resumed in-person classes for the first time since implementing virtual and home instruction last March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to McCreary County School Superintendent Corey Keith, the return to in-person classes was successful.

“We have had a great return to in-person classes!” Keith exclaimed. “It has been wonderful to have our children back in our buildings. Our staff is doing a great job implementing the safety procedures and protocols necessary to safely have school during this time.”

By returning to in-person instruction, many new protocols are in place to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission. Protocols include COVID-19 screenings, regular temperature checks, face coverings, social distancing, contact tracing, and enhanced cleaning, hygiene, and sanitation procedures.

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