Students at Rowan County Senior High School now have a clearer picture of what things will look like if they choose to return to in-person learning this month.
Administrators with the school conducted a meeting over Youtube Monday to discuss how families can prepare for their return to the facility. Students will have their temperature taken before entering the building, and they will take classes in a block schedule with one-hour forty-minute periods. Assigned seats will be designated during all instructional periods and meal times, with those seating charts being forwarded to the Gateway District Health Department to be used for contact tracing purposes.
To limit contact, instruction will be conducted as paperless as possible. Denine Sergent is the Director of Student Services at RCSHS. She says one request for students when they return is to bring their laptop if they have one available.
It’s also recommended students bring a water bottle to school due to fountains being out of use during the pandemic. Those taking classes with Morehead State University, Maysville Community and Technical College or taking work experience will still be able to do so.
The full meeting from Monday can be viewed by clicking here.