It's back to work today for Fayette County Schools Superintendent Stu Silberman.
He's been off work for nearly three months after he was injured in a serious bike accident. Silberman underwent several surgeries and still has to use a cane to walk.
Silberman held a press conference this morning about his return and recovery. He thanked the community for its support during his recovery and talked about how plans to use the scare to teach students about bike safety. Silberman says his helmet cracked in three places when he crashed. He says it's a good example of why helmets are so important.