Greenville County High School Increases In-Person Learning Days

Beginning today, Greenville County High School students from ninth to twelfth grade can attend in-person classes three days a week and three out of every four Fridays. 

Expectedly, the regular in-person attendance will rise from 40% to 75%, almost doubling in-person learning time.

Older students will use plexiglass desk dividers similar to those in younger students’ classrooms. These will, however, be taller and, after class changes, students will be responsible for wiping them down.

These dividers will allow students to distance themselves socially at 3 ft. instead of 6 ft. while wearing a mask.

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