NC County Board of Education Members Begin Discussions On Elementary Schools Opening During Coronavirus in 2020

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September 2020

NC county board of education members and school officials are starting this week holding special meetings and online meetings to discuss whether their districts will open elementary school (K-5) after Governor Roy Cooper amended his executive orders on Coronavirus. Under this amended decision, each district can make a decision to operate under Plan A for kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade students. Or, districts can stay under Plan B which is a hybrid of in-school versus virtual learning. If county board members decide on going to Plan A, parents can still choose Plan C.

Plan A = 100% in school learning.
Plan B = 2 days a week in school learning, with 3 days of virtual learning.
Plan C = 100% online learning.

By clicking the title link, tell us what your NC county board of education decided, and your thoughts on this as a student, teacher, administrator, parent, or guardian.

Filed: Public education in North Carolina

Michael Sharp

Michael Sharp

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