The safety of our students, faculty, and staff is the number one priority in the Caldwell County School System.
The school district's direction this fall will continue to place the welfare and safety of the students first as we follow recommendations from local, state, and federal officials on how to reopen schools safely.
North Carolina K-12 Public Schools to Require Key Safety Measures to Allow In-person Instruction (Plan B)
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper announced Wednesday that Phase Two of the state’s reopening plan will be extended until at least Sept. 11, keeping coronavirus restrictions in place through the Labor Day weekend.
Cooper said health experts need that additional five weeks to look at trends as schools — universities and K-12 — reopen over the next few weeks.
Click here for a complete listing and explanation of executive orders issued by North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper since March 10, 2020.
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What are we Doing Now?
Returning to school in August will look different but the heart of teaching and learning is still there!
Parents and students have selected either the hybrid learning model or the full remote option to return to school on August 17, 2020.
For students attending school on campus, they will return on the AA or BB schedule as assigned to them. Safety protocols are in place and will be observed by students, faculty and staff, and any visitors to campus, which will be limited. Students will receive classroom schedules and teacher assignments by August 14, 2020.
As families transition to the 2020-2021 year, a multitude of resources is available to assist parents in finding technology help, COVID-19 information, and online educational activities.