River Bluff High School principal Jacob Smith tweeted on Saturday that the school will be going virtual for a week beginning Monday due to the new COVID-19 variant.
We are going virtual for a week. Know that we are expecting incredible months to come and a strong finish. These variants will not steal our joy and momentum. We are having an amazing year, and I am so proud of our faculty, staff, and students! They are doing the work! We are RB!— Jacob Smith (@JacobSmith61) January 8, 2022
Monday, January 10 – Full day of e-learning
Tuesday, January 11 – Full day of e-learning
Wednesday, January 12 – Full day of e-learning
Thursday, January 13 – Half day of e-learning (Previously scheduled half-day for students with dismissal at 12:40 p.m.)
Friday, January 14 – No school for students (Previously scheduled teacher workday)
Monday, January 17 – No school for students (Holiday)
Tuesday, January 18 – Tentatively return to school for face-to-face instruction
Lexington One school officials made the decision based on the percentage of staff who are positive, symptomatic, and quarantined.