Got questions? Metro Nashville Schools plan virtual town hall
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Mike Osborne) -- Metro Nashville Public Schools leaders will host a virtual town hall Monday afternoon to answer parent questions as the coronavirus school closures continues.
In a press statement, officials say they understand parents have questions about "what it all means for classes, grades, tests, work schedules, high school graduation and more."
The system's leadership will gather in the MNPS School Board Room Monday afternoon at 3 p.m. for the hour long Q&A session. The virtual town hall will be aired on the Metro Nashville Network and via livestream.
To participate, parents need to register their questions prior to the meeting using an online submission form. Those questions must be in before 5 p.m. Friday, March 27.
Due to social distance concerns, the event will not be open to the public.
MNPS Director Dr. Adrienne Battle reminds parents that the system is providing significant resources online for parents working to keep their children learning at home during the crisis.