Callen Moore, the public relations officer for the Walton County School District, has been honored nationally as a leader in her field.
The local school superintendents both had cautiously optimistic tones Thursday as they discussed the beginning of the coming school year in an online meeting for the Walton County Chamber of Commerce.
Public schools across Georgia would be urged to delay their start date into September under a plan that will be discussed by the state school board Thursday.
Gov. Brian Kemp said Friday he favors resuming in-person classes for Georgia students instead of remote learning methods ahead of the upcoming school year amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The show must go on, and while graduation ceremonies may not fall in that category, the Walton County School District has scheduled summer dates for graduation for all three high schools.
Changes are afoot for school systems in the fall, regardless of what happens with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but school officials are working to try and limit what adjustments they will have to make.
Monroe Area High School seniors had the chance to collect their caps and gowns, and other graduation materials, back on campus Monday, April 27, 2020. It was the first time for many students to be back on campus since in-person education was suspended in mid-March due to COVID-19.
The Walton County Board of Education is poised to approve a new construction project that will lead to major renovations and new construction at Bay Creek Elementary School.
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- Crash victim is MAHS football player
- Austin Jones surrendered, released on bond
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