COLUMBIA, Tenn. (WTVF) — Two Maury County Schools have been closed and several classrooms of other schools have been closed due to COVID-19.
Maury County school officials posted the following alert to their website Friday announcing the closure of Battle Creek Elementary School and Baker Elementary School.
Maury County Public Schools, Grades or Teams Closed due to Covid-19:
Battle Creek Elementary School ALL returning 9/14Baker Elementary School ALL returning 9/8CHS Cross Country Team returning 9/8CHS Volleyball Team returning 9/11SHHS Volleyball Team returning 9/16
Schools with Classrooms closed or students out due to Covid-19 Protocols:
Howell Elementary First Grade Classroom returning 9/8Brown Elementary Pre-K Classroom returning 9/8Whitthorne Middle Sixth Grade Classrooms returning 9/8Battle Creek Elementary Second Grade Classroom returning 9/14EA Cox Middle Fifth Grade Classrooms returning 9/14Culleoka Unit School 16 Students returning 9/14Mt. Pleasant Middle 25 Students returning 9/14Spring Hill High School 11 Students returning 9/15Santa Fe Unit School 11 Students returning 9/15Hampshire Unit School 6 Students returning 9/15Brown Elementary 16 Students returning 9/15Spring Hill High School 11 Students returning 9/15Spring Hill High School 9 Students returning 9/16SHHS Special Ed Classroom returning 9/16Battle Creek Middle 16 Students returning 9/17EA Cox Middle 35 Students returning 9/17Spring Hill High School 85 Students returning 9/2185 SHHS Students above includes Volleyball Team and Special Ed Classroom
According to the district’s COVID-19 reopening plan, the district will use its “Pivot Plan” in cases where traditional in-person learning must transition to remote learning. Teachers will continue to instruct via learning packets for K-4 or online via Google Classroom or Microsoft Teams for 5-12 grades.
Teachers and students transitioning from traditional in-person learning will continue to follow their normal schedules and routines by logging into virtual meetings with their teachers of record.
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