Starting on June 1st, Anderson County School officials have announced the system will be starting what they are calling their “Scholastic Return to Action Plan.”
In a message posted on the system’s website, school leaders say that “in an effort to make this plan as all-inclusive as possible, Anderson County administrators have collaborated with public health officials, medical experts and local, state and federal officials to create a comprehensive plan to ensure the health and safety of all involved.”
The plan, which you can find by following a link you can find on our website or by visiting www.acs.ac, includes guidelines and procedures for students, staff, parents and coaches to follow to ensure the “absolute most safe environment while participating in scholastic activities.”
The only firm date associated with the plan thus far is the beginning date for it’s implementation, June 1st. The aim of the plan, according to the four-page document, is to “position ACS for a return to normal scholastic activities in the fall…and extracurricular activities, while maintaining a safe and healthy environment.
School leaders say that while they are “very excited” for the return of these activities, it is of the “utmost importance that we proceed with the health, well-being, and safety of all individuals involved.”