Bristol, Tennessee City Schools to revert to remote learning after Christmas break

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BRISTOL, Tenn. (WJHL) — Bristol, Tennessee City Schools (BTCS) officials announced Friday that students will return to the remote learning curriculum following Christmas break due to recent spikes of novel coronavirus cases throughout the region.

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According to a letter from BTCS Director of Schools Dr. Annette Tudor, the online curriculum will launch on Wednesday, Jan. 6 until Jan. 15, and the instruction will mirror the curriculum during the fall semester’s remote learning curriculum.

In-person learners will return to campus on Jan. 19, according to the letter posted above.

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