Madisonville Primary, Sweetwater High shifting to online learning ahead of Thanksgiving break

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(Editor’s Note: The headline and body of this story has been updated to reflect the latest addition of Sweetwater High School shifting to virtually learning on Nov. 23 and Nov. 24)

MONROE COUNTY, Tenn. (WATE) — Some Monroe County schools are adjusting their schedules ahead of the holidays.

Saturday evening, the school system added Sweetwater High School to the list of county schools shifting to online learning for Monday and Tuesday.

The county’s school system also announced on social media that Madisonville Primary School will move to remote learning days on Monday, Nov. 23, and Tuesday, Nov. 24.

The school will then adhere to a normal schedule on Nov. 30.

The system is reminding parents that the only schools with adjusted schedules are Madisonville Primary, Sweetwater and Sequoyah High School. The rest in Monroe County are under normal schedules.

RELATED STORY: Coronavirus Tennessee: Hancock County Schools, Mooreland Heights Elementary, Campbell County High and Sequoyah High schools switch to online learning

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