COVID-19 Resources / School Reentry Resources
The 2020-2021 school year has begun! Our theme this year is “Bath County Strong!” We want to welcome everyone back and invite you to stop in for a visit. We encourage you to be an active part of the education of our children and welcome you as a volunteer. The Bath County School Family knows that the young people entering our doors daily are not only students, but children who need love and guidance. We believe that all children can learn at high levels and will do our best to help every child achieve that outcome.
In our Special board meeting on Monday, September 21st our board decided to follow September 14, 2020, COVID19 Mode of Instruction Metrics for K-12 Education. This metric grid was issued to all school districts by the Department of Kentucky Public Health. This document can be found on our Bath County Schools website under COVID-19 Resources/School Reentry Resources.
The board voted to continue 100% virtual on-line learning until October 4, 2020.
October 5 - 23,2020, students will move to the 4-day in-person instruction schedule (Monday-Thursday), and on Friday, all students will learn online. All students that chose to remain 100% virtual will continue online learning, through the semester as a minimum.
On October 26, 2020, we will start a 5-day in-person school schedule for all students that chose the in-person option. All students that chose to remain 100% virtual will continue online learning, through the semester as a minimum.
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