COVID-19 information from the Kenton County School District

Last Updated: 10/15/2020 3:53 PM

Per Kentucky Regulatory Statue (KRS) 158.160 parents and guardians are obligated to notify the student’s school if the student has a medical condition that threatens the safety of the student or others in the school.  This KRS has been effective since 2005, but at this time we would like to remind our families of the importance in reporting positive COVID-19 tests results.  Reporting to schools should occur regardless of the instructional method of your student. Additionally 902 KAR 2:220E State of Emergency states the individual responsible for a student shall notify the student’s school within twenty-four (24) hours following the positive diagnosis of the virus that causes COVID-19. 

 

Information regarding re-entry:

Return to in-person learning informational video

What to expect for in-person learning video

Back to school questionnaire for students

Public Release (10/7/20)

 

Students who chose the in-person model will return to in-person instruction on Sept. 28. If you would like to change the model you chose, please contact your child's school. Students in grades K-3 will attend class every day, while students in grades 4-12 will use the A/B rotational model. Please refer to the A/B rotational model schedule to see when your child will attend class in-person. For questions about what team your child is on, contact your school.

 

Amended 2020-21 calendar

 

Reopening Resources from the Kentucky Department of Education


Important information regarding meals:

The district will continue to provide free meals to all eligible school aged children who attend in-person classes and to enrolled students that do not attend in-person classes.

 

For more information about receiving meals, click here.

 

Previously:

Update from Dr. Webb (9/3/20) 

Update from Dr. Webb (8/11)

Update from Dr. Webb (7/31)

Update from Dr. Webb (7/16)

Update from Dr. Webb (7/9)