CURRENT NEWS AND UPDATES
October 16: Grayson County Schools will remain on the current A/B hybrid schedule through Thanksgiving Break.
We will continue to assess our school and overall community health climate, and provide another update two weeks before the end of this next period of hybrid scheduling. It is our hope that by extending this plan, we will then be able to transition into a schedule that includes additional in-person days with students. A November calendar is attached and also posted on the district website.
Find it Fast: Quick Links
Relaunch At-a-Glance: Quick Facts and Links
|Calendars (A/B, UPDATED through November)
Technology and Online Learning Resources
||2020-21 School Year Calendar|
Please remember to return all forms you’ve received to your school. Also, confirm with your school that your contact information is up to date. This is especially important this year should your child become ill at school, for contact tracing, and for notification of potential COVID exposure.
Daily Symptom Screening: If your child has a temperature of more than 100.4 and/or these symptoms, please do not send them to school.
Parent Assurance for Daily Student Health Assessment. (Link to sample form)
Requirement to Report - Parents and Schools. 902 KAR 2:220E: Per KRS 158.160, parents and guardians are required to notify a student's school of a diagnosed medical condition that may threaten the safety of the student or others in the school, within 24 hours of the diagnosis.
PREVIOUS MESSAGES, SEPT. 2020
Sept. 24: Supt. Robinson updates families on in-person return Sept. 28, 29. View Video Message
Sept. 17: The Kentucky Department of Public Health has provided guidance to districts on the following topics:
- A color-coded metric recommendation on school openings and closures
- New two-way COVID reporting regulations (parents and schools)
View how Grayson County Schools will use these tools in the decision making process moving forward this school year.
Sept. 14: At this time, Grayson County Schools looks forward to welcoming back to the classroom our students for in-person classes on Monday, September 28. This is only for those students who selected the in-person option and does not impact students who enrolled for the 2020-21 virtual option.
- All K - 12 students will return on an A/B rotation (hybrid) schedule in the same A or B group to which they’d previously been assigned.
- Students will attend on either a Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday schedule, and alternate Friday.
Wifi hotspot availability, tech tips, internet options and online learning guidelines for NTI and Virtual option learning.