By DEUCE NIVEN
It’s back to the classroom for students at Williams Township School effective Monday.
That decision from the Columbus County Schools was made Thursday, spokesperson Kelly Jones said. COVID-19 data at the school, and across the district, is “looking good,” with no expectation of any schools moving to distance learning for the next week.
Classes went virtual at Williams Township on Friday, Sept. 3, with 15 students and/or staff members testing positive for the coronavirus, the district announced the day before.
As WTS students were beginning virtual classes on that Friday, students at South Columbus High were ending a week of virtual instruction that followed a larger outbreak. Stallion students returned to campus Tuesday, following the Labor Day holiday.
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