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McDuffie County schools to continue on blended learning model

As the first day of school kicks off, parents in McDuffie County are still facing an issue...
As the first day of school kicks off, parents in McDuffie County are still facing an issue getting kids set up for virtual learning.(WRDW)
Published: Feb. 4, 2021 at 4:05 PM EST
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THOMSON, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) - All McDuffie County schools will continue on a blended learning model amid high COVID-19 transmission.

According to the Georgia Department of Public Health, McDuffie County is an emerging county of interest and one with high transmission indicators.

Based on this data, the school system will continue a blended model for all face-to-face students. The blended schedule will ensure the ability for social distancing and reduce population in classrooms and other small areas.

The system will continue to monitor data and make a determination when changes in the instructional model are possible.

WI-FI/INTERNET ACCESS

Internet access points remain available and are listed on the system’s webpage.

MEALS

Schools will serve meals to face-to-face students during normal breakfast and lunch hours. In addition, all schools will serve as grab-and-go meal sites for pick-up by Learn from Home students or parents.

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