Administrators filling in as teachers. Principals washing dishes. Bus drivers doubling their routes. That’s the situation in schools across the state as coronavirus case... Metro Atlanta schools scramble to stay open amid Covid surge

Administrators filling in as teachers. Principals washing dishes. Bus drivers doubling their routes. That’s the situation in schools across the state as coronavirus case rates remain exceptionally high — topping the peak numbers seen in last year’s delta surge. School districts, including systems in Gwinnett and Fulton counties, documented their highest case counts of the 2021-2022 school year in the first days of classes after winter break.

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