ASHEVILLE, NC (FOX Carolina)- Asheville County Schools announced Thursday that they will begin the school year on August 17 on “Plan C,” meaning at-home virtual instruction for all students.
The school district said virtual learning will continue for kindergarten through 12th grade for at least nine weeks.
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