BRISTOL, Tenn. (WJHL) — Bristol, Tennessee Schools will return to in-person learning beginning Monday, Aug. 24, although some students will attend both in-person and remote classes.
The Bristol Board of Education approved an in-person learning plan during a meeting Monday night.
According to the plan, students who have selected the in-person learning pathway in grades Pre K–6 will be in school five days a week while those in grades 7–12 will return to school on a hybrid schedule.
Under the hybrid schedule for grades 7–12, about half of in-person students will report to school for two consecutive days and participate in remote learning for three consecutive days. The remaining students will attend in-person and remote classes on opposite days of the week. All students will participate in remote learning on the fifth day of the week.
Here is a summary of the school system’s plan: