The Baldwin County School District has been closely monitoring the Georgia Department of Public Health data regarding COVID-19 cases in Baldwin and nearby counties. Due to the number of Baldwin County School District students and staff currently in quarantine as a result of COVID-19 exposures during the Winter Break, all students will participate in remote learning beginning Wednesday, January 6th through Friday, January, 8th. This decision is intended to ensure that students and staff stay safe and healthy. Also, the three additional remote learning days will give district staff the time they need to effectively and efficiently contact trace existing cases.
A 7-day meal kit will be distributed through the existing mobile routes for meal distribution along with the Collins P. Lee Center and the Mary Vinson Memorial Library. In addition to our regular mobile meal service, families may pick up student meals at each school through a drive-thru meal kit pick up service. The student does not have to be present to pick up a meal kit. All school drive-thrus as well as the Collins P. Lee Center and the Mary Vinson Memorial will be distributing meal kits from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Please click on the document below for a revised copy of the mobile meal route schedule.
District administrators will continue working with public health officials in evaluating and reassessing COVID-19 conditions and will adjust instructional learning models as needed. If anything changes prior to students returning back to school on Monday, January 11th, parents will be notified through the Infinite Campus Messenger System.
Parents can create an Infinite Campus account by downloading the "Campus Parent" app from either the Google Play or Apple app stores and following the on-screen instructions to create an account. Parents can also visit the school district website at baldwincountyschoolsga.org and click the "Infinite Campus" button under the "Parents" tab.
Please continue to protect yourself and those around you by wearing your mask, washing your hands frequently, and staying at least six feet apart. These simple measures are crucial in combating the spread of coronavirus in our schools and community.