Students are officially back in the classroom after the Lebanon Special School District’s opening on Monday.

The district is currently using a hybrid model for students, with the goal of returning to its traditional schedule after Labor Day. That means smaller classroom sizes as students rotate between school and home.

Employees are also taking temperature checks at the door and limiting visitor access, while many students are enrolled in the remote Virtual Academy.

Wilson County Schools and Cumberland University are both scheduled to start the school year on Aug. 17 and will also be using hybrid models to reduce class size.

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