According to the Muhlenberg County Board of Education, Muhlenberg County Schools (MCS) students will start the 2020-2021 school year "all-virtual."
"While in-person learning, where students are in the buildings five days per week, remains our ultimate goal, we will begin the school year with all students participating in virtual instruction," MCPS said in a Facebook post on Tuesday.
According to MCS, the plan is to re-assess before the next board meeting on Sept 17, with the goal to have an in-person option beginning on Monday, Sept 21.
MCS says the decision to start the school year all-virtual was made by the board of education based on the recommendation of Superintendent Robby Davis.
You can find more information on the Muhlenberg County Schools reopening plan by clicking here.