As with most schools in Tennessee, it is officially time for back to school. Whether attending virtually or physically under social distancing and safety measures, this school year will be very different than others. Especially for the students in Wilson County. The students are headed back to school today after the deadly EF-3 tornado left two schools damaged in its wake and the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the district.
The Wilson County students have not returned to the classroom since March. About 18% of enrolled students chose to begin the 2020 school year virtually. High schoolers that have chosen to learn traditionally will have a new building to look forward to.
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