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    A Reminder of the Daily Screening Guides. Thanks for all you are doing!!!!

    COVID Symptom Screening

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  • School Lunch

     Please Fill out a Free or Reduced Lunch Application for the 2020-2021 school year. 

    Lunch K-5 $2.35

    Breakfast Prices:  K-8 $1.00

    Reduced Lunch:  K-12 FREE

    Reduced Breakfast:  K-12 FREE

    Attached is the link for the free and reduced lunch application for the 2020-2021 school lunch application. Please complete the application as soon as possible because they can be processed now. Thanks!

    It's easy to start...just click on the red link below

    20-21 Free/Reduced School Lunch


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  • Grant Funds Awarded for Digital Learning Coaches

    Caldwell County Schools is one of 12 school districts and charter schools in the state awarded grant funding for innovative planning and implementation through NC’s Digital-Age Learning Initiative powered by the NC Department of Public Instruction and the Friday Institute at NC State.

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  • Elementary Students Start on Plan A

    Plan A started today for students in grades K-5, the first day of the second nine-week grading period. More than 400 elementary students transitioned from participating in the full remote learning platform to being on campus for in-person instruction.

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  • Plan A Starts on Monday for K-5 Students

    Starting on Monday, Oct. 19, students in grades K-5 will return on Plan A, which is the state's reopening plan that allows more students in the classroom by minimizing social distancing.

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  • K-5 Students Start School on Plan A - Board Reiterates Continuous Monitoring

    During an emergency School Board session held Thursday, Oct. 16 - at the close of the first 9-week grading period - Superintendent Dr. Donald Phipps presented a report indicating that the school district had a total of 69 students and 12 staff members who tested positive for COVID-19 from the start of school on Aug. 17 through Oct. 14, less than 1 percent of each population.

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