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Rogersville City School cafeteria manager Colby Wagoner told the Board of Education last week that school food service needs to have a motto like the Postal Service where come rain or snow, sleet or hail, or even a plague, they’re going to feed.
Classroom instruction for Rogersville City School students has been delayed until February, with the reopening staggered into three groups returning a week apart beginning with PreK through second graders on Feb. 1.
Hawkins County’s ongoing spike in new COVID-19 cases is putting Rogersville students’ scheduled return to the classroom next week in question.
Rogersville City School announced on Monday it will continue virtual classroom instruction for two weeks after Christmas break ends in anticipation of a potential spike in new COVID-19 cases brought on by holiday get-togethers.
There has been information circulating in the community on RCS and information related to closing or staying open.
On Monday, Hawkins County surpassed or equaled its record for new COVID-19 cases reported in a single day for the fourth time in less than a month with 72.
A Morristown man who was shot by a Rogersville police officer Tuesday night after he allegedly tried to run officers over during a high speed pursuit was out on bond for fleeing police in a stolen car this past July – with the same female passenger in the vehicle both times.
Rogersville City School remains on 100% virtual classroom status for the rest of this week as Hawkins County experienced its highest single-day spike in new COVID-19 cases Monday since the pandemic began.
Due to a steady spike in COVID-19 cases in Hawkins County over the past month, the independent Rogersville City School will be going virtual for grades 3-8 beginning Monday.
The Rogersville City School Board of Education voted Tuesday to waive its nonresident student tuition fee for the 2020-21 school year in light of the economic hardships the COVID-19 crisis has helped create for area families.