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Area Public Schools Announce Extended Closures
By West Kentucky Star Staff
WESTERN KENTUCKY - Area schools are extending their closures after a request from Governor Andy Beshear.

As part of his effort to curb the spread of COVID-19, Beshear requested that all public schools expand the closure of their in-person classes until at least April 17. In response to that, area schools are announcing their extended closures.

Marshall County Schools announced they will remain closed to in-person classes until April 20. Students will have Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) days from March 18 until April 3, then Spring Break from April 6-10. Students will then continue with Non-Traditional Instruction days from April 13-17.

Paducah Public Schools says their NTI days are extended through Friday, April 17 as well. Students will have NTI days days from March 23 until April 3, then Spring Break from April 6-10, followed by NTI days from April 13-17.

McCracken County Schools will continue with NTI classes from March 23 until April 3, then Spring Break from April 6-10, followed by NTI days from April 13-17. School officials say they are working to create additional NTI packets, and developing a plan to deliver those packets to those that need them.

St. Mary School System will continue with NTI classes until April 17. School officials say all extra-curricular activities, athletic events, practices, and school events will be canceled during this time. Teachers will remain in contact with parents and students as they move forward with home learning.

Published 06:00 PM, Friday Mar. 20, 2020
Updated 08:29 AM, Sunday Mar. 22, 2020

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