Stokes County Schools moving to Plan B on September 14

Empty classroom (Stock image/Getty)

Empty classroom (Stock image/Getty)

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STOKES COUNTY, N.C. — Stokes County Schools on Wednesday announced it is reopening school buildings on Sept. 14.

The school system says it has all the cleaning and equipment needed for students to return safely.

The plan was to learn online for nine weeks, so any parent who doesn’t want their kids in class can keep them at home.

All parents have to do is contact their child’s school to let them know.

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