The Shelbyville School District has released their reopening plan for the upcoming school year. In-person learning will take place 5-days a week and the first day of school will no longer be on August 17th, but instead will be on August 31st. The school day will be from 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM and students will not be able to enter the school building until 7:45 each morning.
Social distancing will be implemented when possible, no more than 50 students will be in a class or on a bus at any one time, and face masks will be required of everyone inside the school building.
Remote learning is available to all students through the Edgenuity platform and those who choose remote learning option are committing to it for the entirety of the first semester of the 2020-21 school year.
To view the full back to school plan, please click here. Regional Radio News reached out to Shelbyville Superintendent Shane Schuricht, but he was unavailable for comment.