Parents in the district were emailed earlier Aug. 14.
"For the past two weeks, we have analyzed and evaluated the data provided by the state and local health department, as well as used our own illness tracking measures on a daily basis," FSSD Director of School David Snowden said in the email. "Based on the steady reduction of active cases in our area and our community’s ability to flatten the curve, we are happy to say that we will welcome back ALL Remote Learners on Monday, Aug. 24. Virtual Learners will continue to remain in their online classes throughout the rest of the semester, working with their assigned teacher(s) from home."
The number of active cases in Williamson County for Aug. 14 was 1,180, below the district's threshold for remote learning.
Williamson County Schools has not yet made an announcement on the return to school, but it expected to on Aug. 14.