On Monday, Laurens County School District 55 increased the number of students attending in-person classes. The district prioritized certain grade levels when deciding which students were to return first. All elementary students (Pre-K through fifth grade) students are now attending school five days per week for in-person learning; sixth graders and high school seniors are attending school four days per week, with Wednesdays reserved for e-learning.
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