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CHS, CCRA won’t have semester exams due to loss of instruction time

Coffee County Central High School announced Tuesday that the school will not administer semester exams at the end of the first semester.

December 15-18, which were scheduled to be exam days, will now be regular school days for students.
The school cited COVID-19 related circumstances and the loss of teacher instructional time with students as the reason for bypassing the tests.

Coffee County Raider Academy will also not have first semester exams.

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