Volunteers Invited To Join Virtual Community CleanupVolunteers invited to join virtual community cleanup.
Virtual Career Fair For Military Community Past & Present Virtual Career Fair for military community.
‘Never Forget’: Metro Atlanta Agencies Hold Virtual 9/11 Remembrance CeremoniesVirtually all of the annual ceremonies remembering the September 11 attacks were cancelled in the Metro Atlanta area due to COVID-19, but many law enforcement agencies, like Gwinnett Fire and Emergency Services, decided to keep the tradition going with virtual ceremonies.
Dragon Con Goes VirtualGuide to navigating the virtual Dragon Con.
Atlanta Public Schools Starts School Year With Virtual Classes OnlyAtlanta Public Schools started the school year with virtual classes only for all students. School officials say they will consider adding in-person learning after nine weeks.
Decatur Book Festival Goes Virtual; 40 Celebrated Authors, Poets And Illustrators To Be FeaturedDecatur Book Festival Goes Virtual; 40 Celebrated Authors, Poets and Illustrators to be Featured.
Gwinnett County Parents Want Children Back In Classrooms
Georgia Colleges Release Plans To Reopen Campuses For 2020-21 School YearIn response to the COVID-19 pandemic, colleges and universities across Georgia are offering mixed options for students to begin classes for Fall 2020, including in-person and virtual classes.
Metro Atlanta Schools Announce Reopening Plans For 2020-21 School YearAs the COVID-19 pandemic continues and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports an increasing number of coronavirus cases, school systems in the Metro Atlanta area release plans for reopening for the 2020-21 school year.
Parents Frantically Search For School AlternativesWith back-to-school season quickly approaching and many districts still weighing their options, families who don't want to send their children into school buildings have been forced to get creative to find schooling options that work for them.
Fulton Co. Schools Will Resume Remotely For New School YearIn a virtual press conference on July 16, 2020, Fulton County Schools Superintendent Dr. Mike Looney announced students will not return to their classrooms for the 2020-21 school year, but instead, they will resume their studies remotely from home.