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Grayson County Schools is committed to providing full-week, in-person learning, in a manner that is safe for both students and staff, while also providing individual and family options and choice to the extent possible. The district is also committed to following guidance and updates of the CDC and KY Dept of Public Health, along with the layered prevention strategies recommended and/or required to safely keep our students in the classroom.
Based on updated KY Department of Public Health (July 29, 2021) guidance and CDC Public Health Order, at this time:
Although masks will remain optional regardless of vaccination status, they are now highly recommended for both students and staff at all times, and especially in those situations when three feet of distancing cannot be maintained.
Masks are required when traveling by school bus, which is considered a form of public transportation and covered by CDC Public Health Order, unless an individual is specifically exempted by disability or medical condition.
All guidance is and will continue to be subject to change based on new information, public health considerations, and/or Executive or Public Health Order.
Welcome to the 2021-22 school year!
Visit this page often for updates and the latest news throughout the year. Here's some important information to help get you and your child off to a successful start.
School Supplies: All school supplies will be provided by district again this year, with the exception of a backpack and earbuds. A few small "wish list" items may be requested at the school, grade or classroom level, and that information will be shared by the school.
July 22, 2021: We are excited to welcome back our students, families and staff on August 4, as we RECONNECT for the 2021-22 school year! Our goal is to provide a safe, full-week, in-person learning environment for all students and staff.
Many of the health and safety protocols from last year’s daily schedule will be carried into the new school year.
At this time:
Staff and students who are fully vaccinated will not be required to wear a mask during the school day.
It is highly recommended, but not required, that staff and students who are not fully vaccinated continue to wear masks while indoors.
Any staff or student who wishes to continue to wear a mask in any situation should feel free to do so. They will be provided if needed.
National and state guidelines are currently provided as recommendations, not mandates. They are and will continue to be subject to change at any time based on new information, public health considerations, Executive and/or Public Health Order.