Henderson County Schools Switching to Hybrid Learning Model

Students in the Henderson County Schools district will transition to a hybrid learning model as of Monday, Jan. 11.

Posted: Jan 6, 2021 4:46 PM
Updated: Jan 6, 2021 4:51 PM

Henderson County Schools Superintendent Bob Lawson announced Wednesday that the district would be transitioning to a hybrid model of instruction as of Monday, Jan. 11

HCS students will attend classes in two groups:

  • Group 1 will attend school in-person on Monday and Tuesday
  • Group 2 will attend school in-person on Thursday and Friday
  • Both Group 1 and Group 2 will receive online instructions at home on Wednesday

According to Supt. Lawson, HCS will continue this model of instruction for a minimum of two weeks through Friday, Jan. 22, with plans to announce the district's next mode of instruction on Wednesday, Jan. 20.

To determine the next mode of instruction, the district will use several points of data including the number of staff quarantines and local incidence rates.

You can view Wednesday's full release from Supt. Lawson below.


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