Atlanta area school district delays start date for virus

MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) — Another metro Atlanta school district is pushing back the start of the school year because of the coronavirus. The Cobb County School District Board of Education voted to delay classes by two weeks to Aug. 17. The district said in a news release that the new start date will give students, parents, teachers, and principals time to prepare for the school year as district staff review updated guidance from public health officials. The board’s vote on Thursday followed a recommendation by Superintendent Chris Ragsdale. Fulton County school board members previously agreed to move their start date from Aug. 10 to Aug. 17. 

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