Guilford County Schools' older students will begin returning to classrooms over the next few weeks.
Guilford County Schools is delaying bringing back middle and high school students for in-person instruction for at least three weeks.
More Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools students are back in classrooms this week. Children in grades two, three and six returned to schools after months of remote learning.
The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Board of Education is moving ahead to resume in-person classes for more students on Monday.
Guilford County Schools is slowing down its reentry plan for some grades.
Superintendent Sharon Contreras made the announcement late Wednesday.
Guilford County Schools is considering delaying the start of in-person classes for some younger students.
Guilford County Schools will soon begin a gradual return to buildings.