Hall County Schools’ Response to Governor’s Order

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In accordance with Governor Kemp’s order issued this afternoon, the Hall County School District will remain closed for in-person-instruction for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. However, please note that our School-From-Home efforts will continue. As of now, all services currently provided by the district to our students, including meal delivery, remain in place.

The Hall County School District’s Superintendent and Board of Education will take the next 72 hours to assess the situation; they will seek guidance from the Governor’s Office and the Georgia Department of Education to determine next steps for the remainder of the school year.

As a reminder, spring break is scheduled for April 6 through April 10. There will be no School- From-Home during the break and there will be no meal deliveries.

Finally, we ask parents and guardians to encourage students to keep applying themselves and engaging with School-From-Home lessons and activities. These are without question challenging times, but learning must continue for our students.

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