SEMINOLE COUNTY, Ga. (WTXL) — A school district in southwest Georgia will closed Friday.
According to a post on the Seminole County Schools website, citing staffing shortage related to COVID-19, the district will be close on Friday.
The district notes beginning on Monday, Jan. 24, Seminole County Elementary School for PK-5th grade students will resume in-class instruction.
Also on Monday, Jan. 24, Seminole County Middle High School will utilize remote distance learning for 6-12 grade students.
Remote learning will extend through Friday, Jan. 28.
In-person classes are expected to return for the 6-12th grade students on Monday, Jan. 31.
The school district adds extracurricular activities will continue as planned as long as staffing can be maintained.