Grayson County Schools (GCS) has announced three new cases of coronavirus involving school staff members have been confirmed within the district. On Monday, GCS reported a staff member at Lawler Elementary School tested positive for the virus.
One day after Superintendent Doug Robinson announced that Grayson County Schools (GCS) will transition back to virtual instruction beginning on Monday, GCS announced Friday evening that seven new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed within the district.
BREAKING NEWS: With county in throes of COVID resurgence, Grayson County Schools to transition back to virtual instruction
Grayson County Schools Superintendent Doug Robinson has announced the school district will transition back to virtual instruction on November 9 until at least November 13. Robinson said the increase in coronavirus cases in the community — since
Grayson Co. Schools has 4 more COVID cases. District now with 9 active cases, over 200 in quarantine.
Grayson County Schools (GCS) has announced that four people associated with the district have tested positive for coronavirus. On Wednesday night, district officials said two students at Grayson County Middle School and one staff member at the
Grayson County Schools announced on Monday that five students have tested positive for coronavirus. According to the school district, one student at Lawler Elementary has tested positive “from a non-school exposure.” The student last attended school on