Jessamine County Schools return to in-person learning
Jessamine County Schools students returned to the classroom last week with strong attendance and an eagerness from students to learn and be together, according to school officials.
Officials say they are seeng a large number of students returning to public schools who last year chose to switch to home school or a private school.
“We’ve had a terrific start to the school year and it has been so rewarding to see our students and staff reconnecting back on our campuses,” said Jessamine County Schools Superintendent (JCS) Matt Moore. “We’re committed to doing everything that we can to ensure that in-person teaching and learning continues for our students and JCS families can help us in these efforts by closely monitoring their child’s health and keeping sick students at home. The start of each school year is an energizing time, full of opportunity, and our district family is focused on meeting our students’ needs and helping them to achieve their greatest potential. We value our community’s support as we continually strive to provide positive and productive learning opportunities for our students.”
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