Southern Indiana Schools Open Doors Despite Spike In COVID-19 Cases
Parents have the choice of whether their kids should go to school in-person or remotely in the New Albany Floyd County school district in southern Indiana.
The district is taking many precautions to keep students safe. Still, some parents, students and administrators think it may not be long before students have to go back to virtual learning.
John Boyle from member station WFPL reports.
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