The Fayette County school board and administration appears to be living in some kind of “Groundhog Day” scenario, where every day, they wake up and realize for the first time that we are living in a pandemic.
There’s no other way to explain why AFTER SEVEN MONTHS they would conclude that the hybrid plan they’ve been talking about, but apparently not actually planning for, is impossible to make work.
“There simply isn’t enough time for our schools to design and implement an effective path forward to make a return in November feasible,” board member Tyler Murphy said Wednesday night. Sure, there’s not enough time, except for the SEVEN MONTHS the administration has had to work on ways to get kids back in school.
Sure, the hybrid plans currently working in other districts might be too complicated and cause too much disruption in a district as big as Fayette County. It