“In an effort to be as accurate as possible, we will continue to provide details for the 2020-2021 school year when those details are finalized,” Kiel said. “Federal and local public health guidance has recently been updated and the District continues to adapt with that guidance.”
Cobb County parents were earlier asked to choose in-person or virtual class for their children before school resumes in August.
Marietta City Schools Superintendent Dr. Grant Rivera said his system will require masks for students and staff while they are inside buildings or on school buses.
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