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Taylor County Primary Center and Taylor County Intermediate School will be in session tomorrow, September 17th, for In-Person Learning. We want to keep you up-to-date with all current data so that you can make the best decision for your child.

Proposed Calendar for Week of September 14, 2020 First Week In Person Schedule Changes

Based on the proposed September 17th start date for In-Person Learning for preschool - 5th grade students, there will be a few changes to meal delivery/pick up AND scheduled small group in-person learning opportunities.

Taylor County School Board Recommendation for In-Person Learning Sample September Calendar

Taylor County School Board Recommendation for In-Person Learning to begin September 17th (Preschool - 5th Grade) and September 22nd (Preschool - 12th grade)

EXPLANATION AND SCHEDULE OF TC DISTANCE LEARNING TC Distance Learning

TC Distance Learning will look very different from our NTI days. Our schools and staff have been working diligently to develop a plan for distance learning that will help all students succeed. Taylor County Distance Learners will receive daily virtual instruction and interaction from their teachers, as well as homework help, tutoring, and additional student services.

STUDENT TECHNOLOGY NEEDS FOR TC DISTANCE LEARNING Back to School Plan_Technology

We understand that technology needs may present a struggle to some families. Our goal is to accommodate all students. Therefore, Taylor County School District will provide technology support for TC Distance Learners who do not have access to a device and/or who have internet issues. We ask that parents/guardians request a device ONLY if their child does not have one at home. This will ensure that all students have the opportunity to succeed.

Live Unedited Video from Superintendent Charles Higdon, Jr.

Yesterday the Governor and the Kentucky Commissioner for Public Health gave the recommendation to delay in person classroom instruction until September 28th. We are going to follow this recommendation while providing instruction and meeting the needs of all Taylor County students to the best of our ability.