Bryan County Schools will return with in-person instruction on Monday, Aug. 17.
The district will also provide an e-learning option for all students K-12, not pre-K. Students must have access to reliable internet but a Chromebook can be provided.
Participation in all extracurricular activities is not an option at this time for students who register for e-learning.
Face masks will be required by staff members and students. If a child forgets a mask, they will be provided one.
The district will take additional cleaning measures and promote social distancing within the classroom.
If a case of COVID-19 is confirmed, the district will send a notice home regarding possible contact, however, the Georgia Department of Public Health is responsible for contact tracing.
If a confirmed positive case occurs, crews will deep clean the building that might be impacted. Officials say the number of COVID-19 cases among students and staff could have an impact on a school’s ability to remain open, though specifics were not detailed.