Greater Clark County Schools To Resume In-Person Classes
Greater Clark County Schools plans to resume in-person classes on Wednesday, making it the first southern Indiana public school district to do so.
The district said it worked with Dr. Eric Yazel and the Clark County Health Department to create a plan that prioritizes the safety of students and staff.
Superintendent Mark Laughner said the district feels ready when it comes to the technological side of learning, as well as what is being done within the schools for in-person learning. Based on a survey done by the district, about 68% of parents have said they would like their child to come back to school in-person, Laughner said.