Week 10 - COVID Update Chart
Week 9 - COVID Update Chart
Week 8 - COVID Update Chart
Week 7 - COVID Update Chart
September 21, 2021, 3:22 P.M. With our COVID-19 numbers steadily improving, we will transition to the Targeted Measures model with all students attending school beginning Monday, September 27. The schedule for the remainder of this week is below: • No students in the buildings on Wednesday, September 22 • Students whose household last names begin with letters L-Z will attend in-person learning at all school sites on Thursday, September 23 and Friday, September 24. All students return to in-person learning at all school sites on Monday, September 27.
Week 6 - COVID Update Chart
September 15, 2021 Parents/Guardians, In recent days the number of positive COVID-19 cases in our schools has dropped significantly. So that we can see that the numbers are staying at a low level, school operations will remain at the hybrid model through at least Friday, September 24. As soon as possible, a decision will be announced to let you know what school operations will look like from that point forward.
Week 5 - COVID Update Chart
Week 4 - COVID Update Chart
Check out this document for information on the Wayne County School System Distance Learning program. https://drive.google.com/file/d/18aAzOiEz8vLh0zQqs6SN1xSr0MnZVciP/view?usp=sharing
Progress reports will be sent home on Monday, September 13, 2021.
Week 3 - COVID Update Chart
Questions about learning during quarantine?
Week 2 - COVID-19 Update Chart
All WCSS Schools Transitioning to Hybrid Learning https://5il.co/xhvc
MPMS & AWMS Transitioning to Hybrid Learning Click on the following link: https://5il.co/xfuv
COVID-19 Preventive Measures https://www.wayne.k12.ga.us/page/covid-preventive-measures
Week 1 - COVID-19 Update Chart
Parents/Guardians - If anyone in your household receives a positive test result for COVID-19 infection, please do not send your student(s) to school until the issued quarantine period is over for the positive case, unless the student(s) have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19. We understand that, at the current time, vaccinations for children ages 12 and under are unavailable and that this may create a hardship if someone in the home receive a positive test result. However, for the health and safety of all students and staff members, students who are not fully vaccinated would need to quarantine should there be a COVID-19 positive test result in the home. Please contact your child’s school nurse for questions or guidance.