Lowcountry schools reopening after Florence

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Charleston, SC (WCBD) – Governor McMaster says Berkeley County School District and Charleston County School District will resume school on Monday, September 17.

-Dorchester District Two Schools and facilities will open for students and staff Monday on a regular schedule. All schools have been assessed and found to be ready for normal operations.

-Dorchester District Four Schools will resume normal hours on Monday.

-Williamsburg County School District employees will report to work on Monday at 8:30am. Students will return on Tuesday, with a 2-hour delay due to road conditions.

-Colleton County School District also announced they will resume school Monday on a regular schedule. All school buses and bus routes in Colleton County are planning to run as scheduled on Monday. The early dismissal day scheduled for Thursday, September 20 will now become a regular school day.

-First Baptist School resuming classes Monday.

-School officials say Mevers School of Excellence will reopen for students on a normal schedule as of TUESDAY, SEPT. 18.

-Georgetown County School district will remain closed on Monday as they continue to recover from Florence. 240-day employees and essential staff who are notified by their immediate supervisors will report Monday, conditions permitting, to prepare for reopening as we continue to assess any damage to our facilities, monitor power outages, and work toward returning to school. District officials continue to work with state and local officials as we monitor road conditions and flood levels.

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