KNOX COUNTY, Tenn. — Knox County Schools announced that Cedar Bluff Middle School will move to online learning beginning on Tuesday, Sept. 8.
Officials said it is expected to last for five school days, and students will return to school for in-person instruction on Tuesday, Sept. 15, unless otherwise notified.
KCS said the decision was based on the district’s metric of substitute availability and switching to online learning is to ensure students continue to receive high-quality instruction.
KCS said it is seeking additional substitute teachers. Visit the district's substitute teacher page for more information.