Collierville Schools to expand in-person learning in January

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Collierville Schools has announced it will be expanding to four-day in-person learning in January.

According to a release from the district, hybrid high school students will return to in-person classes four days a week on Jan. 6.

In-person classes will take place Monday through Thursday, with one day of all-virtual learning on Fridays.

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All Collierville Virtual Academy students will still be learning at home five days a week, according to the release.

Hybrid students who are not comfortable returning to in-person learning have the option to enroll in the Virtual Academy.

According to the release, students already in the Virtual Academy who wish to transition to in-person learning can do so.

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Forms for both options will be given to students and are due Nov. 2.

Social distancing measures will be in place when students return to the classrooms.