CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY — Crittenden County students were not in school Wednesday, and they won’t return to classrooms until Monday because of COVID-19. But the district says it’s not using nontraditional instruction days. Instead, school is simply canceled.
“As you know, Covid is continuing to present challenges in our community and school district. Due to the surge our county and state is experiencing, we are canceling school for the remainder of this week,” the district said in a Facebook post. “These will be non-school days and not NTI days. They will not need to be made up at the end of the year, because time was built into our school day to allow for situations such as this.”