Clay School Board approves reopening plans for schools amid COVID-19 pandemic

Clay County school leaders to vote on start date

CLAY COUNTY, Fla. — UPDATED 8:30PM: Clay County School Board has approved the proposed reopening plan pushing back the school start date to Aug. 25.

ORIGINAL STORY 3PM: The Clay County School Board will meet twice on Tuesday, beginning with a 3 p.m. workshop, and Special Meeting to follow at 5 p.m.

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The Board is expected to discuss not only budgeting in the meeting at 5 p.m., but vote on the superintendent’s proposed reopening plans.

If the plans are passed by the district schools would begin on Aug 25.

All brick and mortar schools would be open for the students who choose to attend.

All students, K-12, and their families have the option of online virtual learning through clay virtual academy – and one clay online.

Grades 7-12 would have the option of going hybrid.