Cora Howe School to Quarantine and Return to Virtual Learning due to Covid-19
Cora Howe, a special day school in Metro Nashville Public Schools, will be returning to virtual learning until October 13 at the recommendation of the Metro Public Health Department. The quarantine of the school is out of an abundance of caution due to the medically fragile nature of many students at the school, after three staff members in separate situations reported positive COVID-19 results to the administration.
Families of students at Cora Howe School were given the option to return students to an in-person learning environment starting on September 16. Approximately 33 students returned to school.