Henderson schools will not require masks, offers virtual school

The Henderson Public Education School Board held a meeting on Monday, August 2, where it decided not to require the use of masks for the 2021-2022 school year. They also decided to offer the option of virtual courses for students.

The Henderson County Public Schools (HCPS) school system announced plans to make the use of face masks an option for students, staff, and visitors to school interiors. The use of masks will be mandatory on buses, vans, and other modes of school transportation, according to orders from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Virtual school

The School Board approved the recommendation of district leaders to provide virtual classroom options depending on the grade level of the students. HCPS announced that it will begin implementing changes to the remote learning option to increase productivity and participation.

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