[Editor’s note: The original Facebook post this story was based off of was removed and replaced by a corrected version. This story’s information is no longer valid. The Claiborne County School District will not be moving to all-virtual learning for the remainder of the year.]
The Claiborne County School District announced on social media that the district will be moving to all-virtual instruction for the remainder of the year. Students will, however, be required to complete state testing in person.
Thursday, March 25 is the final day for hybrid students of Claiborne County schools to physically report to their schools for instruction.
Statewide assessments will be scheduled for grades 3-8, with the assessment calendar available on the school district website on Thursday. The district says that parents will be contacted with information regarding the testing schedule for their children.