Appomattox County suspends in-person learning due to COVID-19

In-person learning suspended through Friday

Appomattox County delaying the start of the school year

Appomattox County students will be home for longer than expected due to “continued concerns of the impact of COVID-19” in the county, according to school officials.

In-person learning is suspended through Friday, Jan. 8, according to an announcement on the school district’s website.

Officials said students should complete assignments in their emergency learning folder on Tuesday, and will resume regular Google classroom assignments and virtual meetings on Wednesday. Students should expect to hear from teachers with more instruction, according to the announcement.

Food pickup will be at Appomatox Elementary School on Wednesday and Friday from 4 to 6 p.m.