Yesterday, Governor Kemp signed an Executive Order closing all public schools through April 24th. As a result, Bryan County Schools will remain closed through April 24th, with the hope of reopening on Monday, April 27th. We appreciate your continued patience and flexibility as we work together to navigate these unprecedented waters. We want to thank teachers, students, staff, parents, and our Board of Education for their amazing work as we all attempt to maintain some sense of normalcy with our day-to-day activities. It is our hope that the digital learning days, along with opportunities for all students to receive breakfast and lunch, have provided a sense of structure in your child’s day. Through our Meals on the Bus and curbside service that began on Monday, we have served over 23,000 meals so far. A huge shout out goes to our bus drivers and school food nutrition workers, who are reporting to work every day at 6:00 a.m. to cook, pack, load, and deliver food on a daily basis.
As the safety and health of all students, staff and our community continue to be the top priorities of Bryan County Schools, please continue to follow the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), along with local, regional and national health agencies regarding COVID-19. Thank you for your commitment to your families, Bryan County Schools, and the amazing community where we reside.