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In-person or remote classes? MNPS parents, students asked to decide by Tuesday

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Mike Osborne)  --  Nashville public school parents are being given through next Tuesday to decide whether their children will spend the balance of the school year learning remotely, or in-person.

Barring further spikes in Metro COVID-19 infections, Schools Director Dr. Adrienne Battle says MNPS will begin a phased return to in-person classes the second week of October.

Parents are being asked to complete an online form for each child choosing either in-person attendance, or continued remote learning.

Dr. Battle says parents and students will have to stick with whatever choice they make through the end of the school year.

You can read the full MNPS press statement here. You will find the online survey form in several languages here.

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