Here are Glynn County’s plans for opening schools

The Glynn County School System announced its plans for going back to school in August amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Like several other Georgia school systems, parents will have the option to choose traditional face-to-face instruction or virtual learning when school resumes August 11.

Parents who choose the online learning option will need to complete a Virtual Learning Registration form for each student. Families with multiple children should complete one form for each child who will participate in virtual learning.


All registration forms must be submitted before 6 p.m. Sunday, July 12.

Those who select the virtual learning option will be committing to at least nine weeks of at-home learning for elementary and middle school students or one semester for high school students. Parents will be required to participate in a meeting with school and district administrators to discuss teacher and student learning expectations. Those discussions will include attendance, assignments, grading and diagnostic assessments.

Glynn County currently has 788 confirmed cases of coronavirus and six deaths.



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