BLAKELY, Ga. (WDHN) — As schools get ready to begin their spring semester, this year may look different compared to the fall.
Early County Schools will be going back to a hybrid learning model, which is what they used at the beginning of the fall semester.
This comes after a local, state, and national spike in COVID-19 cases.
“We want to make sure that we can provide quality instruction as well as keep staff and students safe so it was in our best interest based on our superintendent Dr. Martin to go back to the hybrid model,” Early County High School Principal Alvin Williams said.
According to Williams, students will be happy to be back in the classroom, even if it is for just two days out of the week.