Greensville County High School students not in-person, learning virtually due to possible threat

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GREENSVILLE COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) — Greensville County High School students will not be on campus in-person today due to a possible threat.

This is the second time in recent months that the school has had to call off in-person learning due to possible threats. The Greensville County Sheriff’s Department and Emporia City Police are working to determine whether the threat is credible and to identify those responsible.

Students will be learning asynchronously and receiving virtual instruction and assignments, according to a note from the school’s principal.

Governor’s school students will report to Southside as normal and participate in asynchronous learning for the 4th block.

School lunch will be available for pickup between 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. from Greensville Elementary, Belfield or E.W. Wyatt.

May be an image of text that says 'GREENSVILLE GREENSVILLECOUT COUXTY EAGLES ASYNCHRONOUS LEARNING DAY DECEMBER 6, 2021 STUDENTS WILL RECEIVE VIRTUAL INSTRUCTION/ASSIGNMENTS **GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL STUDENTS WILL MAINTAINTHEIR IN-PERSON SCHEDULE SVCC AND VIRTUAL INSTRUCTION 4TH BLOCK SCHEDULE OF CLASSES 1ST BLOCK 8:30-9:30 3RD BLOCK 11:00-12:00 2ND BLOCK 9:45-10:45 4TH BLOCK 12:30-1:30 STUDENTS ARE ADVISED TO CHECK THEIR SCHOOL EMAIL FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION'
Release by Greensville High School

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