A message from Superintendent Terry Price, Nov. 16
As of the writing of this message I can say that our district and internal health numbers are looking great. Again, understand that I am continually checking on our county's percentage as well as those of surrounding districts. Given all the data, which includes the county map incidence rate, information from our local health department and data from our District Health Report and HCPS Health Services Department, Henry County Public Schools will continue in-person instruction until the collective data indicates otherwise or unless directed by public health and/or state government.
The health precautions, PPE, planning, and organization in place at HCPS is paying off for the district. We are seeing that most reports of positive cases of COVID and ensuing exposures and quarantines are coming from outside of the school district in the form of community spread. I urge families, please monitor what is occurring on time spent outside of the school day.
Thank you again for your cooperation, collaboration and support.
District Health Report, Week of Oct. 26
Superintendent's Message Oct. 30, 2020
Superintendent's Message Oct. 27, 2020
COVID Decision Tree
KDE COVID-19 Mode of Instruction Metrics for K-12 Education
HCPS Reopening Plans
KDE Healthy at School Guidelines