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Pike County students are starting off their second semester online.

School officials decided to make the change after the county was upgraded to a CODE RED status for COVID-19 on Wednesday.

All grade levels (Pre-K to 12th) will implement remote learning from Monday, January 4th, to Wednesday, January 13th.

Assignments should be posted by 9:30 am and teachers will be available to help between 8:30 am and 3 pm each day. Assignment due dates will be determined by your teacher.

No student, regardless of provisions made during the hybrid schedule, will be attending school during this time.

Students can pick up their Chromebook and textbooks from their school on Monday afternoon or Tuesday.

More information will be posted on the school social media pages and sent to your email in Harmony regarding times and availability to pick up items.

Food service will also be available for pickup during this time. Orders can be placed between 7:30 am and 10 am on Monday and Thursday. Food can be picked up between 11 am and 12:30 pm on these days.

For more information, visit the Pike County School Corporation Facebook page.

The school hopes to have all grade levels return to in-person learning on Thursday, January 14th.

School officials will continue monitoring school and community data throughout the next few days and keep students and families informed of any changes.

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