Weekly School Guidance for Wellness

Oct. 8: Update: Community Transmission-HIGH LEVEL

Face Coverings to Continue Week of October 11 for Berkeley County Schools

Today, October 8th, the community transmission rate remains High. Per Berkeley County Board of Education based upon guidance by the Berkeley-Morgan County Board of Health (BCBH), face coverings will be required by all persons in Berkeley County Schools/Offices/Buildings next week, Monday, October 11th through Sunday, October 17th. At this time, face coverings must be worn on school buses per federal requirement under the CDC regardless of transmission rate.

REMINDER: NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS ON MONDAY, OCT. 11TH. STAFF WILL REPORT FOR FACULTY SENATE AND PROFESSIONAL LEARNING.

SUBSTANTIAL/HIGH: Universal face coverings for students and staff will be REQUIRED when levels of Covid community transmission reach levels designated as SUBSTANTIAL or HIGH.


LOW /MODERATE: Face covering will be HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for students and staff when the level of Covid community transmission is LOW or MODERATE while indoors and in areas where social distancing is limited.

This message has the most current information as of October 8, 2021 at 3:00 p.m.

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