Jefferson County Public Schools will resume in-person instruction this week

Jefferson County, KY – According to the statement, the school district announced that it will return to in-person learning on Monday, Jan. 24.

Jefferson County Public Schools released the following statement: 

“In the past few days, the number of positive COVID-19 cases among our staff has dropped. That means fewer JCPS employees will be in quarantine. We believe there are now enough staff  members, substitute teachers, bus drivers and other staff available to safely reopen our school buildings.”

Officials said that buses will resume their regular routes in the morning and afternoon, while food service will resume in cafeterias and in-school COVID-19 testing resume for those students who have signed up for it.

Jefferson County Public Schools offers COVID-19 testing for students, staff and families at more than 50 sites around Louisville.

The testing sites run from 3 to 7 p.m. from Sunday through Thursday at most locations.

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