St. Mary Schools to Continue Virtual Learning
By West Kentucky Star Staff
PADUCAH - After a federal appeals panel upheld Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear’s order to stop in-person classes at religious schools during the coronavirus pandemic, St. Mary Schools announced they will continue with virtual learning. 

A three-member panel of the Sixth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in Cincinnati on Sunday issued a stay of a federal judge’s order from last week.

Under Beshear’s new restrictions, middle and high schools are required to continue with remote instruction until January. Elementary schools may reopen on Dec. 7 if the county they're located in isn't in a “red zone.” 
St. Mary Preschool remains on its regular schedule. Food service is available to interested families. 

Information on targeted in-person learning will be sent to St. Mary families early in the week.

Published 07:30 PM, Sunday Nov. 29, 2020
Updated 08:11 PM, Sunday Nov. 29, 2020



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