Anderson School District One Superintendent Robbie Binnicker announced this week that all middle and high school classes will begin full-time face to face instruction on Thursday, September 17th. Secondary students had previously been served through a hybrid schedule with half of the students attending. Students in Pre-Kindergarten through grade five have been face to face in classrooms since August 28th.
Superintendent Binnicker said, “Our goal has been to get all of our students in school face to face. Based on our Safety Task Force (Anderson County Emergency Management, PRISMA Health, Anmed, DHEC and school/district Administration), the committee was unanimous to bring our students back face to face.”