Hopkins County Schools Will Operate In Virtual Mode Until November 30th

The school system will operate under HCS At Home through Thanksgiving Break.

Posted: Nov 9, 2020 8:05 AM

A Kentucky school district has announced it will remain in virtual mode through Thanksgiving Break.

Hopkins County Schools announced on Facebook that it will remain in "HCS At Home" until Monday, November 30th.

The school system was operating in a Hybrid "A-B" mode last week.

Meal pickups at schools and delivery to community stops will continue daily from Monday through Friday, with one breakfast and one lunch available per day.  Parents will also have the option to pick up meals for all five days at one time from their school on Wednesday.

Meal pickups can take place at any school from 9:30am to 12:30pm, with evening meal pickup available on Wednesdays only from 2pm to 5:30pm at Earlington Elementary, Grapevine Elemenatary, Hanson Elementary, Madisonville North Hopkins, and West Hopkins.

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