Clarendon School District Two says it will extend its virtual learning for another week.
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Despite results that are lower than previous years in English and math, there were areas of improvement shown by Richland One School District.
More students in Lexington County are shifting to online learning this week.
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South Carolina school bus at Camden High School in Kershaw County
“Both of my kids have been excited since early June to get going. My daughter will be in 1st grade and my son is in pre-K,” Shaw said.
Several school districts in the Midlands announced that they will be conducted learning online Thursday. The move comes after reports of severe weather expected in the area.
Officials with Lexington School District Two say they will conducting class online Thursday due to expected severe weather. Officials say school buildings will be closed, with no athletics clubs or events on school grounds.
On Friday, Richland School District One announced a their new plan to get students back in the classroom five days a week.
Officials with Lexington School District Two say Pine Ridge Middle School will temporarily shift to a 100% virtual learning model for two weeks.
They say they feel their concerns have fallen on deaf ears, after a student-led protest last week.
Students in the Lexington Richland 5 School District are on strike. They say they feel their concerns have fallen on deaf ears, after a student led protest last week.
Richland School District One is entering a hybrid learning model on February 1.