Students at two more Fulton County schools switch to virtual classes

The Fulton County school district announced that more students are moving to remote learning due to COVID-19. (file photo)

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The Fulton County school district announced that more students are moving to remote learning due to COVID-19. (file photo)

Students at two schools in the Fulton County district are moving to remote learning due to confirmed cases of COVID-19 and the number of individuals in quarantine.

All students at Bear Creek Middle School are switching to remote learning starting today. Face-to-face instruction is expected to begin again on Sept. 15, the district said in a statement.

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“If circumstances dictate additional steps, we will notify the school community immediately,” the statement said.

In addition, fifth grade students at Liberty Point Elementary School are also pivoting to remote learning today. The district said it expects in-person learning to resume on Sept. 13 or 14.