WATCH: Fayette County Schools superintendent answers questions about back-to-school reopening plans

Fayette County Schools Superintendent Dr. Connie Smith answers questions about back-to-school plan

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - Fayette County Public Schools begins the new year Aug. 10, and for at least the first month students will learn remotely, according to the district’s reopening plan.

Fayette County will work toward transitioning to a blended model with students alternating between in-person and remote learning by the week of Sept. 8.

Superintendent Dr. Connie Smith talked about the plan with WMC’s Andrew Douglas Wednesday morning.

Fayette County Schools superintendent answers questions about back-to-school plan

BACK TO SCHOOL: Fayette County Schools superintendent talks one-on-one with WMC about the district's reopening plan. Students start back Aug. 10 but will learn remotely for at least the first month. https://bit.ly/33vQMnI

Posted by WMC Action News 5 on Wednesday, August 5, 2020

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