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BACK TO SCHOOL: School district information for all area schools

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The time for students to head back to school for the new school year is rapidly approaching, and WTOC wants to make sure you are prepared.

The following is a list of start dates for the 2017-2018 academic year for schools in the Coastal Empire and South Carolina Lowcountry. Click on the following county for that school system's official website to get more specific information on your child's school district, including school supply checklists, school start times, attendance policies and much more.

GEORGIA

Appling County Schools - Aug. 7
Bacon County Schools - Aug. 7
Brantley County Schools - Aug. 7
Bryan County School - Aug. 7
Bulloch County Schools - Aug. 1
Candler County Schools - Aug. 1
Chatham County Schools - Aug. 3
Effingham County Schools - Aug. 3
Emanuel County Schools - July 31
Evans County Schools - Aug. 1
Glynn County Schools - Aug. 10
Jeff Davis County Schools - Aug. 8
Liberty County Schools - Aug. 4
Long County Schools - Aug. 1
McIntosh County Schools - Aug. 10
Montgomery County Schools - Aug. 3
Pierce County Schools - Aug. 7
Screven County Schools - July 31
Tattnall County Schools - Aug. 7
Toombs County Schools - Aug. 11
Wayne County Schools - Aug. 28

SOUTH CAROLINA

Beaufort County Schools - Aug. 17
Jasper County Schools - Aug. 17
Hampton County Schools: District 1 - Aug. 17; District 2 - Aug. 17

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