DORCHESTER, S.C. (WCBD) – Dorchester District Two (DD2) next week will hold two ’emergency e-learning days’ so that teachers and staff can get COVID-19 vaccinations.
According to the district, middle and high school students will have an e-learning day on Monday, March 8. Elementary school students will operate on a normal schedule.
Elementary school students will have an e-learning day on Wednesday, March 10. Middle and high school students will operate on a normal schedule.
The decision comes as Governor McMaster announced that the state will be moving to Phase 1b of the vaccination process, making teachers eligible.
DD2 is partnering with Fetter Health Care for the event, which aims to get first doses to over 2,500 employees. Second doses will be given around April 1, according to DD2.
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