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Columbus, GA- In an effort to further increase transparency and provide clarity to its public stakeholders, the Muscogee County School District has updated its data points related to active COVID-19 cases to reflect school-based sites only. The data reflects information made available to the District from individual sources. Information is updated each Friday and accessible on the District’s COVID-19 website.
Muscogee County School District
COVID-19 school-based active cases
Week of October 12-15, 2021
Total enrolled students
In-person student positive cases
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September 29, 2021 – The Georgia Department of Education has developed an ESSER funding dashboard that will provide a simple, transparent way for the public to see Georgia school districts’ use of federal COVID-19 relief funds.
The dashboard is available on GaDOE’s COVID-19 resource siteand allows the public to see the amount of ESSER funds a school district has received, the amount of submitted budgets approved, and time remaining in the grant…
The Muscogee County School District will begin the 2021-2022 school year with masks required indoors for all students and staff, regardless of vaccination status. Given the marked increase in multiple COVID-19-related indicators in the Columbus area, recently updated guidance by the American Academy of Pediatrics and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and upon the recommendation of the Muscogee County School District Medical Panel, the District has modified its reopening plans to require indoor masking as a mitigation measure. All employees and students should add clean masks daily…
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