On February 3rd, the teachers and administrators reported back to their respective schools in the DeKalb County School systems. And, DeKalb County is one of the few school corporations that have kept their students completely virtual since the pandemic started.
The hope is to reintroduce students back into in person learning this year, but many parents & teachers are worried about the risk of COVID-19 and if enough is being done to protect them. Ryan Cameron was able to speak to Mrs. Cheryl Watson-Harris, superintendent of the DeKalb County Schools and she shares how the first day back for teachers and administrators were, responds to what they feel like they are doing well on, areas they could improve, and speaks on the teacher turnover that has occurred.
Listen to the full interview below: