Fulton County’s seven school districts have unveiled a collaborative plan to bring students back into the classroom in August. Called the Fulton County Schools’ Common Reopening Agreement, the comprehensive plan relies on practical safety measures and common sense practices to keep students and staff members safe as the coronavirus pandemic rages on. The local agreement was inspired by recommendations set forth in Gov. DeWine’s recent release, “Reset & Restart Planning Guide for Schools.” Each district will implement safety protocols and work with the Fulton County Health Department. Students and school personnel are responsible to take their temperatures prior to the school day, and are expected to stay home if their temperature is above 100 degrees…or other symptoms have appeared. Students who contract COVID-19 must self-quarantine for 14 days.