Fulton County School Superintendent Mike Looney is sounding the alarm about an increasing number of positive COVID-19 cases and warning that if parents want... Fulton County still making decisions about return to school

Fulton County School Superintendent Mike Looney is sounding the alarm about an increasing number of positive COVID-19 cases and warning that if parents want their kids back in class this August, people need to do their part to slow the spread. “We desperately want to go back to school on Aug. 10. We miss our students terribly,” Looney told Channel 2′s Mike Petchenik. “I recognize that we can’t put our families and our employees at risk if this data continues to grow and overwhelm us.”

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