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Muhlenberg County Public Schools Offer In-Person Instruction

Students in the Muhlenberg County Public Schools district can temporarily return to in-person instruction on a hybrid A/B schedule from Sept. 21 to Oct. 2.

Posted: Sep 11, 2020 3:43 PM
Updated: Sep 11, 2020 4:09 PM

The Muhlenberg County Board of Education held a special-called board meeting at 1:00 p.m. on Friday where they voted to begin the hybrid A/B learning schedule on Monday, Sept. 21.

Board members voted unanimously on Friday to offer the A/B Schedule from Sept.  21 to Oct. 2. 

After Fall Break, the board voted to move the district back to all virtual from Oct. 12 - Oct. 23, during which time the board will re-evaluate COVID-19 case numbers and collaborate with the local health department to determine whether or not to begin the hybrid A/B schedule once again.

Over the coming week, the school district will be sharing more important information for families within the district as they prepare to sent students back to school.

Muhlenberg County Public Schools says necessary adjustments are being made at each school building within the district to create the safest environment possible for students as they return.

According to MCPS, the virtual learning option will remain available for families who feel it works best for their students.

Staff members have begun contacting families of which schedule (A or B) their student(s) who are choosing to return to school have been placed.


Sept. 11 Muhlenberg County COVID-19 Update


School daycares will also open on Sept. 21.

You can view the special-called Muhlenberg County Board of Education meeting by clicking here.

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