Press "Enter" to skip to content

Spartanburg, S.C., Students Returning to Schools With UV Lighting, Masks, Vaccines & Other Changes

Spartanburg County public school students are heading back to the classroom Aug. 16, Samantha Swann and Ashley Dill at Spartanburg, S.C.’s Herald-Journal report, but many are concerned as what looks to be the most typical school year since the start of the pandemic is about to start just as COVID-19 variant cases are rising throughout the state.  Spartanburg Districts Three, Four, Five, Six, and Seven shared safe return plans, released to district members earlier this summer, which offer guidance to students and staff regarding COVID-19 and outlines the districts’ planned protocols. These plans were required for districts to receive their share of the third round of Elementary and…
This content is viewable by members only. Visit MY ACCOUNT on the top menu to log in or to register for a 30 day free trial or purchase a subscription for UV Reporter 1 Year Single Membership or UV Reporter 1 Year Group Membership - $189 for first member and $25 for each additional member.