Greenville County Schools move online for Tuesday

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Greenville County School District, the largest in the state, has moved to online learning for Tuesday due to weather conditions.

The district sent the notification to parents on Monday morning.

Students will be expected to attend Google Classroom at home.

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"Students will complete eLearning assignments later if they are unable to participate due to power outages, lack of internet service, or other barriers," the district said in the announcement.

The district has 76,000 students and more than 100 schools.

Several other districts in the Upstate have also moved to remote learning for Tuesday's classes.

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