Gov. Brian Kemp has ordered Georgia residents and visitors at higher risk for severe illness to continue to shelter in place. If anyone in your household is at higher risk for severe illness from the virus, all members of the household should behave as if they share the same risk factors to avoid introducing the virus into the home. You should think of your entire household as a single unit. If one person puts themselves at risk, everyone in the home is at risk. That means you should strictly adhere to the CDC's isolation and quarantine guidelines.
The spread of COVID-19 in Georgia continues to be a concern for us all. Gwinnett County passed Fulton County for the first time Saturday for most confirmed casesof COVID-19 since the pandemic began. As of Sunday, there have been 17,781 positive cases in Gwinnett with 1,996 hospitalizations and 240 deaths.
As predicted, this remains a very fluid situation and we continue to work to ensure we have access to the best information and are prepared to take appropriate actions based on the guidance received from The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Georgia Department of Public Health, the Gwinnett County Health Department, and the Georgia Department of Education. We acknowledge that our parents, students, and staff have had a difficult time during this pandemic. We would appreciate it if you could complete this survey to aid us as we navigate the current and future state of the COVID situation relating to academic work. Considering the Governor's renewed executive order, we will continuing virtual learning through January in order to minimize the spread ofrespiratory illnessesand mitigate the exposure to COVID-19. We would appreciate your feedback. We are fully devoted to helping students achieve spiritually, academically, and socially.