Jefferson County Schools have added 25 co-teachers in the past month to help classroom teachers, students, and families navigate distance learning.  

With 18% of families selecting distance learning, hiring a number of co-teachers for both elementary and middle school students to work 28 hours a week will provide some relief during COVID-19.  Money for the new hires comes from a federal grant called the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund.

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