MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Shelby County Schools district leaders say they are planning for students to return to classrooms in phases, beginning in January.
Students in pre-K through 5th grade and those with special needs would return to in-person learning in early January, SCS said. Grades 6-12 would return in mid-January.
Parents may choose in-person or virtual learning for their child for the remainder of the year. Students who do not have a learning option selected by October 30 will be automatically enrolled in the in-person option for the remainder of the school year.
Get more information at scsk12.org/learningoptions.
Schools in Shelby County, Tennessee’s largest school district, closed in March when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Students have been attending virtual classes online.