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JCPS transitioning to NTI beginning Tuesday; no school Monday

JCPS will transition to non-traditional education according to Jefferson County Public Schools, the National AIDS Institute will begin January 11, due to the increase in COVID-19 cases in JCPS students and staff, and there will be no school for students and teachers on January 3. According to the JCPS, JCPS says the NTI will last until at least January 14, and they say that if their staffing levels return to a point where they can safely operate the school, the scheduled return to in-person tutoring will be January 18. . “With fewer staff available to work in our schools, JCPS is unable to operate our school buildings and is making a temporary switch to remote learning. This time will allow our staff to recover from COVID and complete quarantine and isolation,” the JCPS website states. “While we do not expect this to be an extended period of NTI, we are asking families to be flexible as our community continues to see more instances of an Omicron variant increase. According to state law, our district has a maximum of 10 days of NTI use for the remainder of the school year.” Principals will share a message with families about what to expect when JCPS begins learning around Tuesday, according to the JCPS website. This letter will include student schedules, instructions for using Google Classrooms, and additional information unique to each school. JCPS Supervisor Marty Pollio will discuss the transition to NTI during a January 10 press conference at 9:30 a.m. Keep families informed of any changes.

JCPS will convert to non-traditional education according to Jefferson County Public Schools.

NTI will begin January 11, due to the increase in COVID-19 cases in JCPS students and staff.

There will be no school for students and teachers on January 10, according to JCPS.

JCPS says the NTI will run at least through January 14.

They say that if their staffing levels return to a point where they can safely operate the school, the scheduled return to in-person tutoring will be January 18.

“With fewer staff available to work in our schools, JCPS is unable to operate our school buildings and is making the temporary switch to remote learning. This time it will allow our staff to recover from COVID and complete quarantine and isolation procedures,” the JCPS website states. “While we don’t expect this to be an extended period of NTI, we are asking families to be flexible as our community continues to see more cases of an Omicron variant increase. According to state law, our area has a maximum of 10 NTI days to use in the remainder of the year. scholastic.”

Principals will share a message with families about what to expect when JCPS begins learning around Tuesday, according to the JCPS website. This letter will include student schedules, instructions for using the Google classroom, and additional information unique to each school.

JCPS Supervisor Marty Beaulieu will discuss the move to NTI during a press conference on January 10 at 9:30 a.m.

JCPS says they will continue to keep families informed of any changes.

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