Marietta has separate guidelines for students in high school from those in kindergarten through eighth grade.
Cobb schools added it will allow students to either accept their grades as of March 13 as their final grades or work towards improving their grades for the rest of the school year.
Grades will be reported as either pass or fail for students in kindergarten through eighth grade, but high school courses will be reported as grades.
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Both school districts are evaluating options for graduation ceremonies. Cobb schools Superintendent Chris Ragsdale said the district continues “to make decisions based first on student and staff safety and in consultation with the Georgia Department of Health and the governor’s office.”
Marietta High School principal Keith Ball is brainstorming the best way to celebrate the system’s seniors, Brock said.
“We are committed to holding a commencement ceremony in Northcutt Stadium when we are able to, based upon safety guidelines and in accordance with instructions from the city, county, and state,” she added.
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