MNPS parents asked to again choose remote or in-person learning for their children
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Mike Osborne) -- Beginning Monday, Metro Nashville School parents can decide how their children will attend classes during the second half of the school year.
A parental survey is available at MNPS.org through Friday.
Parents who don’t wish to change the choice they made in the fall are not required to fill out the new survey.
MNPS only managed to get Kindergarten through 4th grade back into classrooms before surging COVID-19 infections last month forced the system to halt its phased return to in-person learning.
Beginning this week, every Metro student returns to online classes through at least the end of the month.