(BLOOMINGTON) – Monroe County Community Schools will begin in-person instruction on Monday, October 12.
The MCCCS metric subcommittee has met and each metric is in Phase Green. The school system has three color codes, red, yellow and green.
A green color designation indicates minimal community spread. Schools can operate in person for all grades but limit activities where social distancing isn’t feasible.
Yellow indicates moderate community spread of the virus. In this stage, the state suggests schools increase vigilance around mask-wearing, social distancing. and hand-washing and consider limiting attendance at athletic events to parents and close family.
In red counties, the state suggests middle and high schools move to virtual learning and cancel all assemblies and extra-curricular activities.
Approximately 33% of the students are online and will continue online instruction.
The Elementary Schools, Hoosier Hills Career Center, Academy of Science and Entrepreneurship, and Graduation School will continue, in person, 5-days per week.
North and South High Schools along with the Middle Schools will begin 5-days per week in-person instruction on Monday, October 12th.