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CARROLL COUNTY (August 10) — Three of the county’s five special school districts opened for in-person learning last week, while the other two delayed opening day until August 17. …
CARROLL COUNTY (August 10) — Three of the county’s five special school districts opened for in-person learning last week, while the other two delayed opening day until August 17. McKenzie, Hollow Rock-Bruceton and Clarksburg began classes Tuesday and reported initial enrollment numbers, including how many students have opted for virtual learning.
McKenzie Special School District Director of Schools Lynn Watkins told The Banner enrollment stands at 1208 for the three schools. McKenzie Elementary reported 472 students; McKenzie Middle School has 383; and McKenzie High School reported 353. Of the 1208, 131 students are utilizing the virtual learning option during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hollow Rock-Bruceton Special School District Director of Schools David Duncan reported total enrollment of 585 students in K-12, with 65 of those enrolled in virtual learning.
South Carroll Special School District Director Lex Suite told The Banner Clarksburg School’s enrollment stands at 322 students, and 45 have opted for virtual learning.
Huntingdon and West Carroll schools open for in-person learning Monday, August 17. Both districts offer virtual options.