Patrick County Schools will begin offering in person instruction 4 days per week to all students beginning March 15. The announcement was made in a call to parents Wednesday. All families must complete an online survey by February 17 to determine whether students will return to in-person classes or attend virtually. The survey is posted on the division’s website.
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