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    WELCOME TO #RestartForsyth! This webpage has been keeping the Forsyth County Schools community informed and engaged as we moved through the summer months and looked towards restarting school on August 13, 2020. For school-specific questions, please visit your school's website or Facebook page for more information, or contact the school directly. 

    Positive COVID-19 Cases (beginning 8/13)

    • Week 1
      • 3 positive cases reported out of 55,600 face-to-face and virtual students and staff
    • Week 2
      • 30 positive cases reported out of 55,600 face-to-face and virtual students and staff
      • 1.6% of face-to-face students in quarantine for direct exposure
    • Week 3
      • 32 positive cases reported out of 38,947 face-to-face students and staff in schools
      • 1.8% of face-to-face students in quarantine for direct exposure
    • Week 4 
      • 18 positive cases reported out of 38,947 face-to-face students and staff in schools
      • 0.6% of face-to-face students in quarantine for direct exposure
    • Week 5
      • 15 positive cases reported out of 38,947 face-to-face students and staff in schools
      • 0.9% of face-to-face students in quarantine for direct exposure
    • Week 6 
      • 12 positive cases reported out of 38,947 face-to-face students and staff in schools
    • Week 7: Fall Break (no daily updates)
    • Week 8

    Communication

    Positive COVID-19 cases must be reported to the school nurse or school administrator. A parent/guardian’s first point of contact for issues, including those related to COVID-19, should always be the teacher/staff member at their child’s school, followed by a school administrator. A staff member’s first point of contact should be their immediate supervisor. For matters of a system-wide nature, please contact the appropriate district department or email info@forsyth.k12.ga.us


    School for 2020-21

    Two elementary options: In-person learning at the student's districted school or virtual learning from home. 

    Three secondary (grades 6-12) options bases on courses: Full-time in-person learning at the student's districted school, full-time  (100%) virtual learning from home, or a combination of in-person and one or more virtual learning courses. 


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