Summer begins with questions about next school year

  • Cornelia Elementary School teachers along with Habersham County public safety personnel drove through the streets of Cornelia to wish them a happy and safe summer on Thursday.  Principal Amy McCurdy said more than 50 vehicles were estimated to have participated. Photos by ERIC PEREIRA/Staff
    Cornelia Elementary School teachers along with Habersham County public safety personnel drove through the streets of Cornelia to wish them a happy and safe summer on Thursday. Principal Amy McCurdy said more than 50 vehicles were estimated to have participated. Photos by ERIC PEREIRA/Staff
  • Cornelia Elementary School teachers along with Habersham County public safety personnel drove through the streets of Cornelia to wish them a happy and safe summer on Thursday.  Principal Amy McCurdy said more than 50 vehicles were estimated to have participated.
    Cornelia Elementary School teachers along with Habersham County public safety personnel drove through the streets of Cornelia to wish them a happy and safe summer on Thursday. Principal Amy McCurdy said more than 50 vehicles were estimated to have participated.
  • Cornelia Elementary School teachers along with Habersham County public safety personnel drove through the streets of Cornelia to wish them a happy and safe summer on Thursday.  Principal Amy McCurdy said more than 50 vehicles were estimated to have participated.
    Cornelia Elementary School teachers along with Habersham County public safety personnel drove through the streets of Cornelia to wish them a happy and safe summer on Thursday. Principal Amy McCurdy said more than 50 vehicles were estimated to have participated.
   Today is the last day of the 2019-20 school year that was unlike any other in history.     After running the learning-from-home program for the last two-plus months, faculty and staff members are…

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