Due to increasing COVID-19 numbers among students and staff, along with ongoing contact tracing, Brentwood High will be transitioning to remote learning beginning Wednesday, November 4 through the remainder of the week, writes Williamson County Schools (WCS) in a statement.
At the end of the week, WCS will communicate about next week. Tomorrow, November 3, is a professional development day for teachers, so there is no school for students.
At this time, there are 29 BHS students with confirmed cases.
Any additional information regarding instruction or extra-curricular activities will be communicated by your teachers, coaches or administration.
Beginning Wednesday, teachers and students will transition to remote learning through the end of the week.