Current school cancellations in the CSRA

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(WJBF) – There are some school closures to tell you about thanks to the coronavirus threat.

  • Curtis Baptist School and Daycare will have school on Monday, March 16th, but beginning March 17th will be closed until further notice.
  • South Carolina Schools – Aiken, Allendale, Bamberg District 1 & 2, Barnwell Districts 19, 29, & 45 , Edgefield, Mcormick, and Saluda will all be closed through the month of April.
  • Richmond County Schools will remain closed through April 24
  • Columbia County Schools will remain closed through April 24
  • Emanuel County Schools will remain closed through April 24
  • Glascock County Schools will remain closed through April 24
  • Lincoln County Schools will remain closed through April 24
  • Jenkins County Schools will remain closed through April 24
  • Jefferson County Schools will remain closed through April 24
  • Screven County Schools will remain closed through April 24
  • Tailaferro County Schools will remain closed through April 24
  • Washington County Schools will remain closed through April 24
  • Covenent Preschool, located at 3131 Walton Way will be closed from March 16 – March 27. They will reevaluate at the end of that time frame.
  • Episcopal Day School will close its Walton Way Campus and transition to a distance learning model for students effective Monday, March 16 until at least Monday, March 30.
  • Georgia Military College will close its 14 campuses to Junior College students effective immediately until March 29, 2020. Monday, March 16, 2020 all in-seat classes will transfer to online learning. During this time GMC will reassess when in-seat classes will resume, and when students will return. The scheduled spring breaks for each campus remain as planned.
  • Augusta Prep is temporarily suspending physical classes on campus Monday, March 16, for online learning starting Wednesday, March 18. We will continue to monitor the coronavirus outbreak & adjust.
  • Wilkes County Schools will remain closed through April 24
  • SAIL School for Arts Infused Learning has announced that it will be closed March 17-March 20. They will continue to evaluate the situation and determine later if they need to extend the closure.
  • Burke County Schools will remain closed through April 24
  • Augusta Technical College has suspended face-to-face instruction, testing, and activities on campuses for two weeks starting on Monday, March 16, 2020 for all Augusta Technical College Campuses and Centers, that includes Adult Education and Georgia Cyber Center. All faculty and staff are expected to report to work on Monday, March 16th.
  • Aiken Technical College will transition all classes online for the remainder of the spring semester. With the exception of the emergency operations transition team, most ATC employees began telecommuting on Tuesday, March 17, and will continue through Tuesday, March 31.
  • Warren County Schools will remain closed through April 24
  • Brentwood school is closed through Friday, April 10.
  • McDuffie County Schools will remain closed through April 24
  • Paine College has announced it is suspending classes through March 27. But some classes will continue online. Essential staff members will still be required to report to work at the direction of their supervisor.
  • Augusta University has suspended classes from March 16th until March 29th. Students are being told to leave campus by the end of the day Friday and to stay away until March 29.
  • Westminster Schools has suspended classes beginning Monday, March 16. However, the 16th will be a mandatory faculty and staff professional learning day. Remote learning for students will begin on March 17. Westminster Schools has also postponed its 13th annual auction.
  • Savannah River Academy will suspend classes beginning Monday, May 16th until further notice. More information will be sent to parents beginning on March 16th. Staff will report Monday at 8:30 A.M.

Stay tuned to WJBF NewsChannel 6 for more announcements regarding school closures and changes.


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