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Phase-In Process to Begin for Grades 6-12 to Return to Traditional Learning Plan

Wilson County Schools will begin a phase-in process for grades 6-12 to return to Full Time Traditional later this month.
 
On Tuesday, February 16th – all students in grades 6-8 will return to a Full Time Traditional setting.
 
On Monday, February 22nd – all students in grades 9-12 will return to a Full Time Traditional setting.
 
Here is the latest information and a friendly reminder of our current Health & Safety Protocols.
 
Face coverings/masks remain required for all students and staff.
 
In addition, each FIRST Monday of the month (beginning in March) will be dedicated as districtwide Asynchronous Learning Days (PreK-12). While students will not report to their schools on these Mondays, teachers will communicate will their students and families for learning expectations. These particular Mondays (March 1st, April 5th and May 3rd) will serve as an opportunity to align curriculum and intervention supports for all students across the district.
 
This announcement does not largely affect any students currently enrolled in the Virtual Learning Program. That program remains the same until the end of this school year. But should there be any changes to your teaching and learning schedule on March 1st, April 5th and May 3rd, then your teacher(s) will communicate that with you.
 
In the video below, Director of Schools, Dr. Donna Wright provides a comprehensive explanation on why this transition is taking place, and answers some common questions that you may have.
 
Thank you to all our students and families for your patience and flexibility throughout this school year as we’ve all tried to navigate through the pandemic together. As always, we will continue to monitor the latest health trends on a daily basis. Should it be necessary to announce any changes on an individual school basis, then we will provide that information promptly.