JCPS gives more guidance ahead of non-traditional instruction

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Officials with JCPS sent out guidance to parents as the district gears up for non-traditional instruction beginning Tuesday.

The district says teachers will be reaching out to students to explain the expectations while remote learning.

They say if you don’t hear from the school, they ask that you call them or the teacher.

Grade-specific coursework will also be made available at the food sites on April 13.

If students do not have access to home internet, JCPS plans on supplying 6,000 Wi-Fi hotspots to ECE families. The district says if you are one of those families, you’ll be receiving instructions on how to request one.

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