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With the new year arriving and our students returning to school on Wednesday, January 5, 2022, COVID-19 continues to be a challenge for many communities and for our state as a whole. Here in Lumpkin County, we will continue to partner with and consult Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) to best mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in our school-aged children while continuing to offer in-person face-to-face instruction for all students Pre-K through 12th grade.

Because COVID-19 is an ever-changing pandemic, we cannot predict the future. However, we will continue to communicate changes as they occur, and we encourage our parents to stay up-to-date on our protocols, procedures, and practices in regards to COVID-19 by visiting this page and using the available resources on the menu to the left.

For questions specific to your child and his/her education in Lumpkin County Schools in regards to the COVID-19 pandemic, your first point-of-contact should be your child's school nurse.

SCHOOL NURSES:

Blackburn Elementary School – Anna Roberts (anna.roberts@lumpkinschools.com)

Long Branch Elementary School– Ursula Luesing (ursula.luesing@lumpkinschools.com)

Lumpkin County Elementary School – Rosa Grizzle (rosa.grizzle@lumpkinschools.com)

Lumpkin County Middle School – Scott Mildenhall (scott.mildenhall@lumpkinschools.com)

Lumpkin County High School– Cami McCarty (cami.mccarty@lumpkinschools.com)

2020-2021 COVID-19 Documents & Resources (Archived)