and choosing the Covid Information page under our Quick Links tab. We fully recognize the impact a decision to close schools would have on families and our local community, therefore any decision regarding the possibility of school closures would be made in conjunction with the Coastal Public Health District and Camden Emergency Management Agency.
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Dear Camden County Schools Families,
There have recently been reports of school systems in our region that have closed schools or switched to remote learning in response to the Covid positive student and employee cases and quarantines in their districts. Understandably, these closures have led to speculation about whether or not there are immediate plans to close any schools in Camden County. We currently have no plans to close any schools in Camden County in response to Covid positive cases or quarantines. None of the closed school districts in our region required masks for students, staff, and visitors, and as expressed by the Centers for Disease Control and the American Academy of Pediatrics, universal masking is vital for any school district which wishes to remain open for in-person instruction.
Just as we have plans in place for fire and weather emergencies, we have also developed plans for remote instruction in the instance school closures become necessary. We do not anticipate any closures, but we are preparing for the unlikely possibility if there is a significant increase of Covid cases in our schools, that we may need to switch to a remote learning model for a brief period of time in the future.
We are diligently tracking the number of student and employee Covid positive cases in our schools and working with the Department of Public Health for reporting and contact tracing purposes. Weekly information regarding Covid cases is now available on our website by visiting www.camden.k12.ga.us
Camden County Schools is committed to doing everything in our power to continue the 2021-2022 school year without disruption and we are grateful for your partnership in our mission.