Hopkins Co. Schools Going Virtual After Spring Break to Avoid COVID-19 Spread

Officials with Hopkins County Schools say the district will be going virtual for a week after students return from spring break to avoid the potential spread of COVID-19.

Posted: Apr 8, 2021 12:09 PM

Students in the Hopkins County Schools district will be participating in virtual learning for a week following their return from spring break.

From Monday, April 12 through Friday, April 16, students in the district will use the virtual HCS at Home learning plan.

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District officials say the week-long switch to virtual learning was approved by the Board of Education in an attempt to avoid the potential spread of COVID-19 spread after students return from break.

In-person instruction will resume on Monday, April 19.


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