Greenville County Schools Offer Updates via Facebook Live & New 2020 School Roadmap

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  • July 10, 2020
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Yesterday, Greenville Count Schools answered questions parents had submitted about their plans for the return to school. For more in depth information, please review their new Return to School Parent Resource Page.

School changes include:

Facebook Live Q&A

Thank you for joining us for Destination Return to School Live. Today, we will be answering questions parents have submitted about our plans for the return to school. For more in depth information, we have a new Return to School Parent Resource Page on our website at

Posted by Greenville County Schools on Thursday, July 9, 2020

Return to School Roadmap 2020

Greenville County Schools know that parents want to have in person classes in the Fall. To that end, the school district has devised a flexible plan to accommodate the spread of the virus and offer as safe a learning environment as possible.
Here’s the latest information regarding in-person school attendance for this fall from

In-Person Attendance Dependent on Virus Spread in the Community

The goal of the GCS administration is to return to in-person school five days a week, as soon as it is safe to do so. Under guidelines produced by the AccelerateED task force, schools should correlate attendance plans to Community Spread levels. In general, as community spread increases, the number of students present in school each day should decrease, down to and including zero. DHEC issues a new community spread rating each Monday, and as a result, we will not know our attendance plan for the start of school until much closer to August 17. Our Attendance Plan Roadmap provides four possible attendance scenarios for students:  0 days of in-person attendance (also known as eLearning), 1 day of in-person attendance (1/4 of students attend each day, Mon-Thurs), 2 days of in-person attendance (1/2 of students attend each day, Mon-Thurs), and our regular five-day schedule. We are only able to maintain social distance in schools under Attendance Plans 1 and 2.

This video explains what the in-person attendance schedule will look like this school year in Greenville County

GCS Virtual Program and eLearning for Traditional In-Person Attendance Comparison Chart

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