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Statement from Superintendent Gary Fields: August 11, 2020

August 11, 2020

Following Governor Beshear’s recommendation yesterday, members of the Board of Education and I have heard from several members of our community including parents, employees, and business leaders.  Many are concerned about school-age children continuing to lack access to the high-quality instruction, positive relationships, and social interaction that our schools offer. Not all families have access to high-speed internet, and most all working parents will struggle to work while finding childcare and facilitating effective non-traditional instruction. At this time, we are still considering all instructional options and plan to finalize decisions on how to begin the 2020-2021 school year tomorrow, August 12th.

Superintendent Gary Fields
Bowling Green Independent Schools

BACK TO SCHOOL 2020-2021
Weeks Added to Summer Meals Program

Bowling Green City Schools will continue to offer meal deliveries on Tuesday, August 11, and Tuesday, August 18, 2020. Deliveries include seven breakfasts, seven lunches, and one half gallon of milk per child. Five meal sites will also have meals available on those dates from 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.  Any child 18 years of age or younger is able to receive the meals. Children do not have to be present to receive meals. 

BGISD Revises Back-to-School Plans

The Bowling Green Board of Education met on Wednesday night, July 29th, to modify the 2020-2021 calendar and plans to return to school. Bowling Green City Schools plan to begin school on August 24th, with the hybrid, Purple / Gold schedule for at least two weeks, OR if necessary due to public health recommendations, beginning on August 24th with all students participating in Non-Traditional Instruction. Students enrolled in Virtual Academy classes will also begin on Monday, August 24th. The modifications are based on both Governor Beshear and Interim Education Commissioner Brown’s recommendations, as well as continued spike of COVID-19 cases in our community and across Kentucky.

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