Parents may find the rules a little tighter at the county’s elementary schools.
“We’ve tightened down on a lot of the morning entrances. Some of the students at some schools report to one central location, like in the gym for some. Some go in the cafeteria and then they’re escorted to the classrooms when the teachers get there,” said director of schools, Donnie Poston.
Caryville Elementary School principal Lori Adkins says she has had few complaints about the tighter procedures that keep parents from walking their children to the classroom.
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