Bledsoe County Schools will be operating on a virtual setting for the week of November 30 through December 4, due to a shortage of staff amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Director of Schools James Ellis. All students will be virtual during the week.
“We understand not all students have the ability to connect virtually to their teachers,” Ellis said. “Students that have the capability to attend virtually will be getting a Zoom invite through your child’s school email account. Students that cannot connect virtually, will be getting more information next week as a virtual plan is put into place. Parents, students and staff, we realize there will be some issues transitioning to a virtual setting that we will need to overcome. In this unprecedented time, please be patient as the staff of Bledsoe County Schools work through any issues.”
Ellis said the schedule for the week of December 7-11 will be announced on Wednesday, December 2.
For more, see the December 3 issue of The Bledsonian-Banner.