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Photo submitted The weather outside may be hot and humid today, but the Harlan County School District’s second- and third-grade teachers gathered recently to work on improvements for the Non Traditional Instruction Days approved by the Kentucky Department of Education for the school district for the 2016-2017 school year. NTI days allow learning to continue when inclement weather conditions force the cancellation of classes. Teachers met with Assistant Superintendent Brent Roark and other administrators to work on activities and to address concerns from parents and others with the program. The teachers are revising the lessons to address the concerns and to make the lessons more user friendly for parents and students. All NTI day lessons for the various grades will be reviewed prior to the start of school on Thursday.


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The weather outside may be hot and humid today, but the Harlan County School District’s second- and third-grade teachers gathered recently to work on improvements for the Non Traditional Instruction Days approved by the Kentucky Department of Education for the school district for the 2016-2017 school year. NTI days allow learning to continue when inclement weather conditions force the cancellation of classes. Teachers met with Assistant Superintendent Brent Roark and other administrators to work on activities and to address concerns from parents and others with the program. The teachers are revising the lessons to address the concerns and to make the lessons more user friendly for parents and students. All NTI day lessons for the various grades will be reviewed prior to the start of school on Thursday.

Photo submitted The weather outside may be hot and humid today, but the Harlan County School District’s second- and third-grade teachers gathered recently to work on improvements for the Non Traditional Instruction Days approved by the Kentucky Department of Education for the school district for the 2016-2017 school year. NTI days allow learning to continue when inclement weather conditions force the cancellation of classes. Teachers met with Assistant Superintendent Brent Roark and other administrators to work on activities and to address concerns from parents and others with the program. The teachers are revising the lessons to address the concerns and to make the lessons more user friendly for parents and students. All NTI day lessons for the various grades will be reviewed prior to the start of school on Thursday.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_NTI-Day-2.jpgPhoto submitted The weather outside may be hot and humid today, but the Harlan County School District’s second- and third-grade teachers gathered recently to work on improvements for the Non Traditional Instruction Days approved by the Kentucky Department of Education for the school district for the 2016-2017 school year. NTI days allow learning to continue when inclement weather conditions force the cancellation of classes. Teachers met with Assistant Superintendent Brent Roark and other administrators to work on activities and to address concerns from parents and others with the program. The teachers are revising the lessons to address the concerns and to make the lessons more user friendly for parents and students. All NTI day lessons for the various grades will be reviewed prior to the start of school on Thursday.
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