Gov. Jim Justice recently announced elementary and middle schools in West Virginia would return to in-person instruction, five days a week, beginning January 19.
Justice said ultimately, power remains with local boards of education. However, the governor and his staff recommend returning to school for elementary and middle school students no matter what color the county is on the map.
High schools will be permitted to attend in-person instruction as long as the county is not red on the W.Va. DHHR map.
The Logan County Board of Education will meet January 12 to discuss and vote on a re-entry plan.
The meeting is set for 5 p.m. at the Ralph R. Willis Career and Technical Center.