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Planning Ahead

  • The safety of our students, faculty, and staff is the number one priority in the Caldwell County School System.

    We realize this has been a difficult time, but we have also been strengthened and learned new ways to communicate and to teach remotely. 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 operate schools safely. 

    Current Status:

    North Carolina K-12 Public Schools to Require Key Safety Measures to Allow In-person Instruction (Plan B)

    The Strong Schools NC Public Health Toolkit outlines the updated requirements for Plan B.

    WEDNESDAY, July 14, 2020

    Governor Roy Cooper and North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mandy Cohen today announced that North Carolina will remain in Safer at Home Phase 2 for three more weeks. When the governor's current executive order expires on Friday, July 17, the order will be extended for three weeks until Aug. 7.

    Click here for a complete listing and explanation of executive orders issued by North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper since March 10, 2020. 

What are we Doing Now?

  • We encourage everyone to continue following all state and national guidelines.

    During the summer months, the school district will:

    • Provide free meals to all children ages 18 or younger at designated distribution sites or via delivery.

    • Submit a Remote Learning Plan to the Department of Public Instruction in the event remote learning is necessary for the 2020-2021 school year.

    • Connect with families and seek input on students' needs and individual welfare.

    • Offer employees options for virtual staff development in preparation for the upcoming school year.

    • Collaborate with community agencies and businesses to share and optimize available resources.

Helpful Tips to Keep You and Your Family Healthy

  • wear, wait and wash