Metro Nashville Public Schools have unveiled their summer school plan to catch kids up who've fallen behind because of the pandemic. In the last year, kids K-12 who've fallen behind will have a chance to get back up to speed.
70 schools will participate in the voluntary program from June 7th to July 2nd. There is no cost. Transportation plus breakfasts and lunches will be provided to those who need it.
The student's work will not be graded. And the good news for many is the school is completely optional.