Open house for new Harris County Carver Middle School postponed due to COVID-19 outbreak


HARRIS COUNTY, Ga. (WRBL) – The open house for the new Harris County Carver Middle School has been postponed to an unspecified date, due to a recent spate of COVID-19 cases.

The open house was scheduled for January 5. A new date and time has yet to be released by the Harris County School District.

“While we know that our parents and our community are thrilled to visit our beautiful and new school, this decision is made for the safety of our students, staff and the community at large, which is our priority,” said HCCMS director Melissa Hayes said in a released statement. December 30.

Classes must always start on January 6. Students, faculty, staff and visitors to campus are encouraged to follow safety protocols, including wearing a mask, social distancing, and staying home when sick or waiting. COVID-19 test results.

The new facility has been under construction since March 2020. It will replace the old Harris County Carver Middle School, where classes have been held since 1955.


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