Kindergarten through fifth grade students in Haywood County returned to full-time, in-person classrooms Monday morning, Oct. 5.
Superintendent Bill Nolte says there was a lot of enthusiasm and a few headaches with long car lines and sorting out cafeteria numbers. He says in a way it was refreshing to have normal problems.
“We know over time that the car lines will work a little better, we'll be more efficient in taking temperatures and things like that. But needless to say, a lot of people were very excited this morning,” Nolte says.
Elementary schools are now on Plan A in Haywood County. Middle and high schools are on the blended plan. Nolte says remote learning remains available across the board.