Middle Tennessee school districts release plans for reopening

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(WKRN) – The COVID-19 pandemic has changed education in Tennessee. Most, school districts have finalized plans and back-up plans for the upcoming school year. Meanwhile, some have asked the Tennessee State Board of Education for an extension requesting the deadline be moved to August 24. Many, districts have already released plans and have made updates.

Bedford County Schools

  • Families choose in-person or virtual remote learning.
  • Blended learning will also be applied in case district must close.
  • Virtual learning application deadline July 27.
  • First half-day August 3.
  • More details and information can be found here: bedfordk12tn.com

Benton County Schools

Cannon County Schools

  • Families choose traditional in-person or virtual remote learning.
  • Reopening plans were approved July 23.
  • Reopening determined by three levels: green, yellow, red.
  • Reopening with traditional in-person classes August 11.
  • Virtual remote learning application deadline July 31.
  • More details and information can be found here: ccstn.net

Cheatham County Schools

Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools

  • Families choose traditional in-person or virtual remote learning.
  • District released flexible plan switch to based on the circumstances of the pandemic.
  • First half-day of school August 31.
  • More details and information can be found here: cmcss.net

Clay County Schools

Coffee County Schools

  • Families choose in-person or virtual remote learning.
  • Reopening based on three levels of community spread: low, moderate, substantial
  • Parents information for virtual remote learning.
  • Health plans and guidelines.
  • Half day of school August 3.
  • More details and information can be found here: k12coffee.net

Decatur County Schools

Dekalb County Schools

  • Families choose traditional in-person or virtual remote learning.
  • Reopening based on three levels of community spread: minimal, moderate, substantial.
  • First day back August 5.
  • Information and tools for parents on remote learning.
  • Additional COVID-19 resources.
  • More details and information can be found here: dekalbschools.net

Dickson County Schools

  • Families choose traditional in-person or virtual remote learning.
  • Reopening based on three categories of community spread: low/no spread, minimal/moderate spread, substantial spread.
  • Online enrollment available now.
  • Virtual learning enrollment deadline July 24.
  • Staggered start August 3-6.
  • First full day August 7.
  • Community WiFi hotspots for students.
  • More details and information can be found here: www.dcstn.org

Franklin County Schools

  • Families choose traditional in-person or virtual remote learning.
  • July 24 deadline for virtual learning.
  • First half day back August 5.
  • More details and information can be found here: fcstn.net

Giles County Schools

Henry County Schools

Hickman County Schools

  • Families choose traditional in-person or virtual remote learning.
  • Reopening will be based on three levels of community spread: minimal, moderate, substantial.
  • First full day of school August 5.
  • More details and information can be found here: hickmank12.org

Houston County Schools

Humphreys County School

  • Reopening will be based on community spread of the COVID-19.
  • School will offer traditional in-person learning if there is zero to moderate spread.
  • A second option is hybrid learning with in-person at 50% capacity and 50% distance learning.
  • Option three will be school buildings closed and only distance learning.
  • First day back scheduled for August 3.
  • More details and information can be found here: hcss.org

Jackson County Schools

  • Families choose traditional in-person or virtual remote learning.
  • Deadline for virtual remote learning has passed
  • Staggered start days back August 4-7.
  • First full day August 10.
  • More details and information can be found here: jacksoncoschools.com

Lawrence County Schools

  • Families choose traditional, hybrid, remote or virtual learning.
  • Schools are scheduled to open on August 10th with the Hybrid/Remote Model.
  • At any level more serious than the traditional opening, schools will closed on Wednesdays for deep cleaning.
  • Health plans and guidelines.
  • More details and information can be found here: www.lcss.us

Lewis County Schools

Macon County Schools

  • Families choose traditional in-person or virtual remote learning.
  • More detailed guide for remote learning coming soon.
  • Online registration ends July 24.
  • On-site registration held August 3-4.
  • First day of class August 24.
  • More details and information can be found here: maconcountyschools.com

Marshall County Schools

  • Families choose traditional in-person or virtual remote learning.
  • Reopening phases based on three categories of community spread: low, medium, high.
  • First full day back is August 5.
  • More details and information can be found here: mcstn.net

Maury County Schools

  • Families choose traditional in-person, 100% remote or virtual learning.
  • Reopening based on four categories of community spread: none, low, medium, high.
  • A pivot plan is in place in the event traditional school is forced to close.
  • First full day August 10.
  • Community WiFi hotspots available to students.
  • More details and information can be found here: mauryk12.org

Metro Nashville Public Schools

  • All student must attend virtual remote learning at least through Labor Day.
  • Registration and enrollment underway.
  • First day of school August 4.
  • MNPS will reassess community spread of COVID-19 at the end of August.
  • More details and information can be found here: www.mnps.org

Moore County Schools

  • Families choose traditional in-person or virtual remote learning.
  • Remote learning deadline is July 28.
  • First half day is August 3 and first full day back August 5.
  • Health plans and guidelines.
  • More details and information can be found here: moorecountyschools.net

Overton County Schools

  • Families choose traditional in-person or virtual remote learning.
  • First full day August 7.
  • More details and information can be found here: oc-sd.com

Perry County Schools

Pickett County Schools

  • Traditional in-person learning will begin with a phased in approach.
  • First full day back is August 10.
  • Hybrid and virtual learning will be implemented depending on the community spread of COVID-19.
  • More details and information can be found here: pickettk12.net

Putnam County Schools

  • Families choose traditional in-person or virtual remote learning.
  • First full day back August 3.
  • Health plans and guidelines.
  • More details and information can be found here: pcsstn.com

Robertson County Schools

  • Families choose traditional in-person or virtual remote learning.
  • Possible hybrid option available in the future.
  • Staggered start dates for pre-K thru 12th grade August 12 thru 26.
  • In-person registration available starting July 23 from 10pm to 7pm at the central office.
  • More details and information found here: rcstn.net

Rutherford County Schools

Smith County Schools

Stewart County Schools

Sumner County Schools

  • Phased-in hybrid learning start dates for pre-k thru 12th grade August 3 thru 14.
  • August 10 will reassess conditions to determine if traditional in-person classes may resume.
  • Resuming will be based on three COVID-19 categories: minimal, moderate, substantial.
  • Sumner Virtual Academy available at all levels.
  • Online registration ends July 26.
  • More details and information can be found here: sumnerschools.org

Trousdale County Schools

  • Families choose traditional in-person, remote, distnace or virtual learning.
  • First day of class July 30.
  • Face masks required outside classrooms where social distancing isn’t possible.
  • More details and information can be found here: tcschools.org

Van Buren County Schools

Warren County Schools

  • School begins with phased in reentry. If all goes well the first full day will be August 31.
  • Virtual only option available.
  • Four options for reopening schools including traditional, hybrid, virtual remote, intermittent.
  • Health plans and guidelines.
  • More details and information found here: warrenschools.com

Wayne County Schools

  • Reopening will be based on three levels of community spread of COVID-19.
  • Low spread: traditional in-person learning.
  • Moderate spread: remote learning with select activities.
  • High spread: remote learning only.
  • Distance learning only option available.
  • Phased in reopening starting August 12.
  • First full day for students August 17.
  • School offering parent guidelines.
  • More details and information can be found here: waynetn.net

White County Schools

  • Reopening will begin with hybrid approach where students will alternate days they attend school in-person.
  • Virtual only option available.
  • First full day back is August 7.
  • More details and information can be found here: whitecoschools.net

Williamson County Schools

  • Families choose traditional in-person or virtual remote learning.
  • Reopening based on community spread of coronavirus on three levels: low, medium, high.
  • School will start under the medium category for the first two weeks.
  • Start of school will be a half-day on August 7
  • Watch Superintendent Jason Golden announcement here
  • More details and information can be found here: www.wcs.edu

Wilson County Schools

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