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