Screven County School System students will return on Friday, Aug. 17. There will be two learning options for families: traditional and virtual.
The district is implementing sanitization and social distancing methods fo students attending school in person.
Masks will be required for staff and students on school buses and when social distancing can’t be maintained. Masks must be a solid color and bandanas or scarves are not allowed.
Students participating in the SCSS Virtual Academy cannot participate in extracurricular activities (sports, clubs, band, chorus, etc.) during the semester they are enrolled in the academy.
Staff and students exhibiting symptoms and/or 100.4 temperature at school will be isolated in a designated area and sent home. Return to work/school allowed with proof of clearance from a physician’s office or health department.
Staff or students that have contracted the virus should contact the school immediately. They will not be identified to the rest of the school, per HIPAA rules.
Should a staff member or student test positive, school officials will notify parents of students who may have been exposed.
If a family member in a staff member’s household tests positive for COVID-10, they will not be allowed to return to work for 14 days or until a physician/health department clears them.
If a student has direct exposure to someone who has tested positive or is suspected of having COVID-19, parents are asked to keep everyone of school age home until a physician/health department clears them.