Cherokee County closing in-person learning at Etowah High School until August 31

CHEROKEE COUNTY, Ga. — The Cherokee County School District announced Tuesday afternoon that Etowah High School will shut down until August 31, with all students moving to digital learning for the remainder of the month, Superintendent Brian Hightower said.

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“We are temporarily closing in-person learning at Etowah High School effective at the end of classes today (Aug. 11, 2020). It is our hope to restart in-person classes at Etowah HS on Monday, Aug. 31. This decision was not made lightly; it was made with the support of School Board Members, and was determined, as all of our quarantine decisions are made, in consideration with the Department of Public Health,” Hightower said.

The message below is from Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian V. Hightower: When we announced plans to reopen schools...

Posted by Cherokee County GA School District on Tuesday, August 11, 2020





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