There will be virtual instruction for all students Tuesday, March 9, 2021. All staff will report to their schools.
Clay County Public Schools will return to in-person instruction for all students on February 23-25, weather permitting. Friday, February 26 will be all online for all students. Beginning Monday, March 1-4, we will be in-person (groups A & B) instruction and remain this way until further notice, with Fridays remaining online learning for all students. Pre-school will remain on their same A/B schedules, 2 days a week. Online learning 5 days a week is still an option for those students that choose to remain completely online.
This year, Family Resource Youth Service Centers across the state are being recognized during the month of February. The week of February 8th -12th is actually FRYSC appreciation week. Legislators are working on legislation to make the 2nd Wednesday of February of each year FRYSC Day in Kentucky. To celebrate this month we are asking that you please display a picture of the Logo in your business, organization, church, etc and post pictures to Facebook using the hashtag #FRYSCStrong to recognize the dedication that these centers provide for our students and family every day. It shows the wonderful community connection and support that our Clay County FRYSC provides together to meet the FRYSC motto of “Whatever It Takes”. In Clay County, we have a resource center located inside each elementary school and also our middle and high school and a resource director available every day from 8:00 A.M. -3:00 P.M. or by appointments when necessary, you can contact any FRYSC director by calling your local school number. Thank you for all you do from Mr. Sexton, the board members and staff at the District Office.
Renee Smith, Coordinator
Clay County Board of Education
128 Richmond Rd.
Manchester, KY 40962
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