With multiple cases of coronavirus now confirmed in Williamson County, local school officials are working to determine when students might return to school.

Campuses in Williamson County Schools have been closed for the past week and will remain closed until at least March 23 as students are out for spring break. The district has 10 allotted inclement weather days built into its academic calendar and has used seven to date, according to WCS.

"Over the past several days, our staff has been working to address two main possibilities that we will face the rest of the school year," Superintendent Jason Golden said in an announcement on social media. "1. What school should look like upon students’ return to school, and 2. what we are capable of providing students and staff should we have to close additional time beyond the three stockpiled days still available to us in our calendar."

Golden said WCS, as well as schools across the state, have been working with the Tennessee commissioner of education on issues related to coronavirus and the district is expected to make an announcement later this week on next steps for the district, Golden said.

The district has created a webpage for frequently asked questions and resources here.