Rabun County Schools announced Wednesday a tentative plan to begin the 2020-2021 school year.
As of July 14, school will start on August 12 and families will have the opportunity to decide between a traditional school setting or a virtual learning option.
"Of course everything is going to remain fluid," said Superintendent April Childers in a phone interview Wednesday. She said that because of the continuous changes in updated COVID-19 information the plan is subject to change.
Visit https://www.rabuncountyschools.org/ and scroll down to latest news to read about the procedures expected for school reopening.
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