WILSON COUNTY, TENN. (WSMV) - Several Wilson County Schools students will return to the classroom following a decision from a marathon school board meeting Tuesday night. 

School board members decided during the five-hour meeting that students from Pre-K to third grade will go back to full-time, traditional school beginning Monday, September 21. 

Students in all remaining grades will stay in the current hybrid learning model until at least fall break, which runs from October 5-9. 

The district currently has no plan in place as to what will happen with students after the break. 

Face coverings are also still mandatory for students in grades 6 through 12. 

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