by: Scott McCaulley
School District Officials throughout the region agree that one of the toughest decisions they face is whether to have classes or not onsite during days of inclement weather.
Dr. Cody Hirschi, Superintendent of the Reeds Spring School District, talks about part of the process they go through on making that decision during an interview Wednesday on KRZK’s “Ozarks Now” Program.
Dr. Hirschi also talks about how the new Virtual Learning system many schools developed during the COVID-19 Pandemic gives schools another option in making those decisions.
The complete interview with Cody Hirschi is below: