Columbia Switches To All-Online To Start School Year

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Columbia School Superintendent Chris Grode
Columbia School Superintendent Chris Grode

With the growing number of local covid-19 cases, especially in the younger demographic, the Columbia School District has decided to start the 2020-2021 school year with all-online courses. There will be no in-class sessions, at least for the first couple months of the semester. The first day for online instruction for all students will be …

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