Collierville releases new reopening plan for schools

Collierville releases new reopening plan for schools
Classes begin August 17 for Collierville schools. (WHBQ)

COLLIERVILLE, Tenn. — UPDATE 7/25/2020:

If you choose to send your kids to school, they will only go two days a week and the other three days will be through the virtual academy.

School Plan 2020-2021 Update: Pathway to Reopening and Recovery Hybrid and Virtual Academy

Collierville Schools Parents/Caregivers, A special announcement from our Superintendent Dr. Gary Lilly regarding updates to our School Year Plan 2020-2021. Please click the link for complete details about the plan update: https://4.files.edl.io/b508/07/24/20/222739-37340899-7e9e-4925-a8b8-98d56e716fa8.pdf . We greatly appreciate our community's continued support, valuable feedback and constant engagement. A special thank you to our reopening and recovery plan coalition for their leadership and expertise. Kind regards, Collierville Schools Administrative Team

Posted by Collierville Schools on Friday, July 24, 2020
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ORIGINAL STORY:

Collierville Schools has released its reopening plan for returning to school this Fall.

The district is offering several options for the return to class.

Students can return to traditional in-person classes with safety protocols in place, or students can choose a digital format through the Collierville Virtual Academy, according to a release from the district.

Students who choose online learning must notify the district by July 29.

Thursday Collierville Schools announced its Orientation/Registration, originally scheduled for August 4, has been moved to August 11.

Classes begin August 17 for both options, according to the release.

Read the full plan here.