The West Virginia Department of Education released initial scenarios for the re-entry of schools for the 2020-21 school year during the June meeting of the West Virginia Board of Education. The plans consider three re-entry scenarios:
•Safer at School/Safer at Home;
•Blending Learning Delivery Models;
•Full Remote Delivery.
Counties may use the scenarios or hybrid models to best meet the needs of their students.
According to Hardy County Superintendent Sheena VanMeter, principals have worked very hard to come up with workable plans for Hardy County Schools. The plan is to have students attend school five days a week.