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Johnson County Schools shifts to virtual classes on Friday, citing staffing shortage due to COVID-19

The district says the change is a necessary step in keeping students and staff safe.

JOHNSON COUNTY, Ga. — Johnson County Schools announced Wednesday that students will shift to virtual learning this Friday.

According to a post on the district's Facebook page, the shift comes after a staff shortage due to COVID-19 concerns and the district says the change is a necessary step in keeping students and staff safe. 

*****Important School Update***** Johnson County Schools will shift to virtual learning for Friday January 14, 2022....

Posted by Johnson County Schools on Wednesday, January 12, 2022

The district says they are "hopeful" that classes will be able to resume on Tuesday, January 18.