As the COVID-19 pandemic drags on, this year’s Veteran’s Day offerings by Henderson County Schools will be within necessary health and safety protocols.
That includes the district’s continuing mask mandate and virtual presentations on social media like Facebook and YouTube.
School district spokesperson Megan Mortis said each school created its own program to recognize the service of military veterans.
“We have different vocal performances. Some students are doing choir performances,” she said.
The high school will recognize those who have served our country with a special program produced by journalism students.
Mortis said the stories of veterans will be explored during a program that includes the name of the district mascot, the Colonels.