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Pike County Schools Move To Hybrid Schedule Through November 6th

Change comes following the rising number in quarantined students.

Posted: Oct 13, 2020 7:04 AM

An Indiana school systems moves to Hybrid learning following an increase in students quarantined due to COVID-19.

Pike County School Corporation announced on Facebook that, effective immediately, they will enter into their "Yellow" or Hybrid schedule though November 6th.

Starting Tuesday, October 13th, students in Group A will attend school.  On Wednesday, there will be no assignments for students.  Group B students will be able to attend school on Thursday and Friday.

October 19th though the 23rd is Fall Break, then there will be another week of Hybrid Learning.

School officials said that, assuming the number of quaratined students have improved, they will resume a normal schedule beginning November 9th.

"Please know that we wish for our students to be IN school, are aware of th edifficulties and burdens experienced by our families, and make this announcement with heavy hearts," said Pike County School Corporation on the Facebook post.

All athletics will continue as schedule.

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