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Schley Schools suffer first
COVID-19 setback

From the August 12, 2020 issue of The Journal
By Richard Harris
   The Schley County School System, which began in-person classes last Wednesday, has experienced its first setback due to the Coronavirus. Due to safety concerns, in-person classes have been cancelled for at least 14 days as of Wednesday, August 12. Schley County-Middle High had already been closed on Monday, August 10.
   Varsity football and cheerleading have also been suspended for two weeks.
   Superintendent Brian Hall initially informed the public of closing SCMHS on Saturday, August 8 with the statement below.
   "Contact tracing was conducted for potential COVID-19 exposures in varsity cheerleading and varsity football on ... The rest of the story.