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Amid 'frustrated' teachers and upset parents over the return of full-time, in-person instruction, The Post and Courier Myrtle Beach has exclusively obtained a petition that will debut on Feb. 4, with Horry County Schools teachers calling for the immediate end to plexiglass installation on middle and high school campuses due to concerns over who is doing the work.
Richardson formally declared his candidacy Wednesday morning.
Horry County Schools announced on Monday night that as of Feb. 8, elementary school students will return to brick-and-mortar education full-time.
Horry County Schools is facing another controversy after it asked a teacher to remove a video from her personal Facebook feed, with the content dealing with the installation of plexiglass in elementary schools. In addition, the district is facing an angry community group after its call to stay virtual went unheard.
Just days removed from teachers speaking out against Horry County Schools leadership, the much-maligned school district is under fire again, this time from its counselors, teaching assistants and paraprofessionals.