Welcome To Reconnect Hall

The Hall County School District looks forward with great anticipation to the beginning of the upcoming 2020-21 school year. We are excited about the prospect of reconnecting with students, families, Hall County Team Members, and other stakeholders. These are the relationships critical to student learning. They are the foundation that draw us together and make us one community.

We intend to begin the school year in a learning environment that is safer and stronger—one that allows our students to thrive in the midst of new challenges. Due to the changing nature of the current circumstances, our team has worked hard to develop a plan that is ongoing. We must be flexible and ready to adapt. The feedback you have shared with us through surveys, emails, and phone calls has been given serious consideration during the process. Additionally, we continue to seek guidance from health officials and the State Department of Education as we work on our developing plan.

These are without question challenging days, and there are many unknowns. However, you can be assured that the 3400 team members at the Hall County School District are committed to reconnecting with all students, parents, and team members–both in-person and virtually– to provide a learning environment that is safe and allows students to thrive. The current circumstances have not deterred our drive to become the most caring place on earth. We look forward to working with you all to that end.

If you have questions or concerns, please begin by contacting your local school.

MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION

Will Students and Teachers Be Required To Wear Masks?


All Hall County Employees, when working with team members or students, will be required to wear a mask and/or face covering.

All students are required to have a face covering. When practical, and per CDC guidelines, students will be required to wear their face covering when not socially distanced from others.