NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Schools all over the state have just a few weeks left to decide how to reopen for the fall. In Wilson County, the first day is set for Aug. 3.
The district is considering three models:
A traditional option, a remote learning model with closed schools and online classes, and a hybrid model that features elements of both a traditional setup and remote options.
Donna Wright, Director of Wilson County Schools, spoke with News 2 on how the district is determining what’s best for students, teachers, and the county overall.
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