Despite months of disruption, Fulton County School System is optimistic about its 2022 financials. Teachers will get a pay bump, the millage rate won't rise and the "rainy day" fund will remain intact.
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Declining enrollment and rising capacity in schools across the area has Fulton County Schools officials exploring innovations in how to deliver instruction.
Fulton County Schools Superintendent Mike Looney says the district is addressing learning disruptions brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, and plans are in place to restore student achievement levels.
Fulton County Schools plans to finish vaccinating staff in April, is getting ready for summer school and fully intends to return to in-person learning in the fall, School Superintendent Mike Looney told the Roswell City Council March 22.
Fulton County Schools Superintendent Mike Looney pens a guest column for the Herald newspapers.
Officials with the Fulton County School System continue to be challenged in their response to the COVID-19 pandemic as they work to keep schools open and safe.
Fulton School officials are urging students and families to take health and safety precautions over the long winter break to avoid further disruptions to the school year.
The number of students in the Fulton School System opting to return to the classroom for the second semester ticked slightly higher than those who chose the option in the first semester.
High schools in Fulton County returned to remote learning this week after positive cases of COVID-19 continue to rise across the county. Superintendent Mike Looney said high school students were already scheduled for half-day classes due to final exams.