Back To School Plan

Atlanta Public Schools – APS will begin school on Aug. 24. The district will do all virtual learning. New superintendent Dr. Lisa Herring said returning to school in person depends on local COVID-19 trends.

Butts County Schools – Students will return to school on August 17 with all students receiving virtual instruction. Although the district had planned to begin with both in-person and virtual instruction, it became apparent that continuing with this plan has the potential to place all of us in an unpredictable situation as we try to plan for the reopening of school.

Carroll County Schools – School start has been delayed until August 24th. Parents can chose online learning or in-classroom learning. Parents who choose virtual instruction will need to have a reliable internet connection.

Clayton County Schools – Clayton County Public Schools initially said it will start the 2020-2021 school year with a mix of virtual learning and face-to-face learning, but has now decided to reopen schools virtually. The first day of school was moved back several days to Aug. 10.

Coweta County Schools – Coweta schools will start virtually on Aug 13th and continue through at least September 4th.

City of Decatur Schools – The board approved moving the start date to Aug. 17th with all virtual learning. They also canceled the fall break.

DeKalb County Schools – DeKalb County will start school on Aug. 17 with all virtual learning. The superintendent says the district will continue to evaluate and is open to making changes throughout the school year

Douglas County School System – The start of school will be delayed until August 17 and students will start the year remote learning for a nine-week period. Graduations will be held as scheduled on July 21 and 22.

Fayette County Schools – Parents of Fayette County students will be given the option to choose whether their children will return to the classroom or take part in virtual learning. School begins Aug. 17.

Fulton County Schools – Fulton County announced they will restart 100% virtually on August 17. It’s unclear how long school will remain virtual.

Griffin-Spalding Schools – Griffin-Spalding schools plans to reopen in-person instruction, but will offer remote learning for families who are not comfortable sending their child to school for the first nine weeks. School will start on Sept. 8.

Heard County Schools – Heard County Schools resume classes on Wednesday, August 11th. Chromebook pick-up for K-5 Virtual students will be August 10th and August 11th. All courses will open August 12th. More information will be shared during parent orientation.

Henry County Schools – Henry County has delayed the start of the school year until August 17, at which point, students will start the year using the district’s remote learning plan. Students will learn virtually until it is safe to go back to school.

Lamar County Schools Lamar County schools will resume on Monday, August 24th in a traditional setting.

Meriwether County Schools – Meriwether County schools will resume on Monday, August 24th. Parents can chose online learning for the first 9 weeks of school or in-classroom learning. Parents who choose virtual instruction will need to have a reliable internet connection.

Rockdale County Schools – Rockdale County will start all virtually for students on Aug. 24. RCPS will implement a virtual-only instructional model for all students and will not return to brick-and-mortar classrooms for the 2020-21 fall semester.

Thomaston-Upson County Schools – Students will return to school on August 17. Parents can chose online learning for the first 9 weeks of school and must be signed up no later than July 29th.  Parents who choose virtual instruction will need to have a reliable internet connection. must be signed up no later than July 29th.

Troup County Schools – TCSS will begin classes on August 17th Parents can chose online learning for the first 9 weeks of school or in-classroom learning. Parents who choose virtual  instruction will need to have a reliable internet connection.