Here are the post-holiday plans for local school districts
Published: Jan. 4, 2021 at 8:00 AM EST
AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) - It’s time or nearly time for some local school districts to resume classes. Here’s a look at some key plans:
- The Warren County school district is pushing back the start of the second semester to Jan. 11. The district says all K-12 students will learn virtually until Jan. 25. Officials will mee Jan. 20 to see if the learning model needs to change. Dual-enrollment students, however, will start classes today at the career academy.
- The McDuffie County School System will resume classes Tuesday in a virtual learning format that will continue to Jan. 15. All face-to-face students will return to school on Jan. 19. The district moved all students online on Dec. 8 because of an increase in positive COVID-19 cases and quarantine numbers.
- Burke County will welcome students back to class Tuesday. Everyone will learn from home until Jan. 15. Face-to-face learning will resume Jan. 19.
- Edgefield County schools will resume classes Tuesday. Staff members returned to work Monday.
- Richmond County schools will start classes again Jan. 11. Some schools will stay closed for an additional day.
- Columbia County schools will resume classes Tuesday. Teachers returned to work Monday.
- Classes resumed Monday for some Aiken County students. Middle school and high school face-to-face students return to the hybrid model beginning today for the Blue Cohort and Wednesday for the Red Cohort. Elementary school face-to-face students return to four-day, in-person instruction on Mondays through Thursdays beginning today. Friday will be a remote learning day.
- Allendale County School District classes resume today, but will be virtual-only all this week.
- Bamberg School District Two’s instruction will be all-virtual through Jan. 19.
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