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Orangeburg schools to transition to 5-day in-person learning April 19

Orangeburg County schools will transition to 5-day, in-person learning beginning on April 19, officials say.

ORANGEBURG COUNTY, S.C. — Orangeburg County schools will transition to 5-day, in-person learning beginning on April 19, according to officials with the Orangeburg County School District.

Beginning Monday, April 19, Orangeburg County schools will transition to five-day in-person instruction for all students, with the exception of those who have elected to continue learning virtually throughout the remainder of the semester through Orangeburg Online

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Schools will dismiss students two hours early on Fridays to enable Student Meal Distribution services to continue for virtual learners and allow teachers and staff time for planning, professional development, and collaboration.

Student meal pickup will also be available at each school campus. 

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Families who are not comfortable with full-time in-person learning may still enroll their students in Orangeburg Online, which is a 100% virtual learning model. The enrollment link and other information is available on the school district's website.