Stonewall Jackson High School transitions to entirely virtual learning
Starting today, Stonewall Jackson High School transitions to entirely virtual learning until at least Dec. 4.
Peter Muhlenberg Middle School, however, returns to hybrid learning today.
Shenandoah County Public Schools (SCPS) asks parents to continue using the Student Symptom Checklist to monitor their children.
Meals are still available for both in-person and virtual learners. However, no meals will be served on Thursday and Friday of this week.
In other SCPS news, North Fork Middle School New Mascot Survey is now available on the School Renaming web page for anyone living in the attendance zone for the southern campus. The Ashby Lee New Name Survey is also available, but will be closed Friday, Nov. 27. The Stonewall Jackson High School New Name Survey will be available soon; the committee is still working to choose five. potential names.
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