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Thursday January 20th, 2022 2:30PM

Listen: Hall County Superintendent of Schools talks about COVID protocols to start 2022

By Mornings on Maine Street

Hall County Superintendent of Schools Will Schofield talks about getting back to school after the holiday break.  For more information on the Hall County School System's COVID protocols in 2022, click this link. https://accesswdun.com/article/2022/1/1067164/hall-county-schools-updates-covid-isolation-protocols

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