ABERDEEN, Miss. (WTVA) - On Monday, Oct. 4, Aberdeen students return to their classrooms after they learned under a hybrid model for weeks.
Because of Covid-19, the district has operated under its hybrid model since Sept. 10. Students divided up days to attend in-person learning and virtual learning.
School Superintendent Jeff Clay said Covid and quarantine numbers went down for the district during the month of September.
He feels students will be safe coming back to school.
School leaders said they are excited about having all students on campus again.
"Having everyone back on-campus to receive that in-person instruction will help those who were struggling and give us a chance to have a little bit of normalcy," Aberdeen High School Principal Tracy Fair said.
When students return, they will have to wear masks on buses and in classrooms.