Following Gov. Henry McMaster and S.C. Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman’s announcement that all South Carolina K-12 schools will be closed through April 30, Greenville County Schools has extended the districtwide closure through April 30.
In preparation for the extended closure, school district leaders are providing lessons via Google Classroom or Echo to ensure students in grades 3-12 continue to master content, while younger students will be provided printable packets through teacher websites.
Students without an internet connection or other needed devices can pick up prepared packets at school or, if transportation is not available, contact the school for delivery. From 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., students with transportation can also connect to Wi-Fi in any Greenville county school parking lot.
Governor Henry McMaster and South Carolina Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman today announced South Carolina’s schools will remain CLOSED for the duration of the month of April. More: https://t.co/grc5PbZpgI pic.twitter.com/qZOVEsDCWn
— Greenville County Schools (@gcschools) March 24, 2020