Madison County Schools will remain on the RED contingency plan (all virtual) for all students until January.
The school district made the public aware in a Facebook post shared Thursday afternoon.
The district will continue feeding students during the month of December.
Madison County Food Service will allow families to pick up food on Fridays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at each school with the exception of Silver Creek Elementary, the post reads.
Per KHSAA, games for all winter sports and sports activities (including basketball, swimming, wrestling, cheer, dance, bowling and archery) are suspended until Jan. 4. Practices for all winter sports and sports activities are suspended until Monday, Dec. 14.
Madison County Schools first shifted to the RED contingency plan early last week after Madison County became one of over 100 other counties to be deemed its red zone status for COVID.
Later that same week, the school system made the announcement that they would extend the online learning until after Thanksgiving break.
In other coronavirus related news, the county reported 49 cases on Thursday for a total of 527 active cases.
The incident rate rose to 61.9 cases per 100,000 people.
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