STATEWIDE — When it comes to the new school year, Indiana’s State Superintendent of Schools isn’t worried. Superintendent Jennifer McCormick says that most schools in Indiana are “good to go”, with only 31 school districts in the state starting the fall semester online-only. The rest of the remaining school districts will have in-person classes, with students coming into classrooms at least a few days a week. McCormick says there has been some concern about the availability of masks and gloves for schools, but she believes most schools have prepared for coronavirus. She did voice concern for students who are learning from home, saying that schools can’t expect students to sit in front of a screen for six hours a day.