LAFAYETTE, GA — Walker County Schools will add twenty (20) minutes to the school day in an effort to make-up the recent days impacted by inclement weather.
According to a statement from Superintendent Damon Raines, "Our main concern was the lost instructional time as we begin final preparations for the CRCT, End of Course Tests (EOCT) and Advanced Placement Exams. A variety of options were considered in an effort to make a decision that was best for our students and teachers."
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