State superintendent approves 14 school district reopening plans

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Columbia, S.C. (WOLO)– Monday State Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman approved 14 school district plans for returning in the fall.
Four districts in the Midlands as well as the public charter school district were included in the list.
Beginning September 14th students in Clarendon 2 will attend classes one day a week while taking all other classes virtually.

Fairfield County Schools will begin August 24th with both face to face and virtual learning options available.

Richland Two will begin the school year on August 31, 2020, in Phase One of its  reopening plan, which means students will receive instruction virtually either through the R2eSchool or eLearning through a student’s zoned/assigned schools. See more here from the District https://www.richland2.org/Departments/Communications-Strategic-Partnerships/Reopening-Schools-Task-Force

Sumter county schools will have a hybrid model for all students as well as an available all virtual model.
Classes begin there on august 28th

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