An increase in confirmed cases of the novel Coronavirus has caused two Pickens County schools to close through the end of the month.

According to an official release from the Pickens County School System, Reform Elementary School and Pickens County High School will transition to online learning through November 30th due to an increase in COVID-19 cases within the city of Reform.

Students are able to collect Chromebooks and other supplies Monday, November 9, and Tuesday, November 10 at the offices of Reform Elementary and Pickens County High Schools.

Reform Elementary students will return to class on Monday, November 30th, and students at Pickens County High School will resume classes on a staggered schedule on Monday, November 30th.

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