Corinth Superintendent with an update on in-person classes amid COVID-19

Last week, the Corinth School District brought its students back to the classroom, and since then, they have already seen 100 students forced into quarantine due to being in contact with others with the coronavirus.

The year-round school district plans to keep moving along with in-person classes, and Superintendent Dr. Lee Childress joined today’s edition of The JT Show to talk about how they are planning to do it.

See what all Childress had to say in the video below.