Kentucky schools now have even more flexibility to deal with a COVID-19 outbreak.
Governor Andy Beshear signed Senate Bill 25 into law Friday morning. The measure allows individual schools to use up to 10 remote learning days, instead of an entire district calling off.
This is in addition to the 10 NTI days entire districts already have.
Some districts plan to use NTI days instead of snow days. They said it will keep students doing their school work and they don’t have to make up days at the end of the school year.