Treutlen County Schools update COVID protocols

SOPERTON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) — Treutlen County Schools made an announcement Monday concerning adjustments to school procedures in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 within the schools.

According to the announcement, there will be more lunch periods as to make social distancing easier for students, water fountains will be closed, and temporarily all student overnight travel will be limited until Treutlen County’s 14-day case rate goes down.

The school’s announcement also mentions that the schools are preparing an in-person school model that has has a reduced student count if case rates continue to rise or stay high. It also says that any changes to the instructional delivery method will be communicated in advance to parents so they have time to make arrangements.

Treutlen County Schools ended their update to protocols by encouraging students and staff to wear their masks and practice social distancing to accommodate “this new phase of COVID in education”.


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