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See how local school systems are handling students returning to the classroom

With school now back in session, different local school districts are tackling how and when to bring students back to the classroom.

Alamance-Burlington School System

The Alamance-Burlington School system has voted to extend remote learning for pre-K through 12th grade until Jan. 15.

Asheboro City Schools

During a special called meeting of the Asheboro City Board of Education, board members voted to remain operating under Plan B for grades K-5. Prior to the decision, elementary students were scheduled to return to school under Plan A on Monday, October 26. The Board will likely revisit school reopening plans at their November meeting, scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 12.

Davidson County Schools

Students in grades K-3 had the potion to attend in-person instruction beginning on Oct. 19. Starting Nov. 2, students in grades 3-5 will have the option to attend in-person learning four days per week. Grades 6-12 are operating on an A/B day schedule for in-person learning.

Guilford County Schools

Students in pre-kindergarten through second grade, who were set to return on Oct. 20, will now be considered on Friday, Oct. 23 for a potential return on Monday, Oct. 26.

Students in grades three through five are expected to return to the classroom on Nov. 4 or 5 depending on if their school was used as a polling place.

Middle school students and certain vulnerable student populations in grades 9-12 are to return on Nov. 12.

High school students are not scheduled to return until January.

Randolph County Schools

All pre-K-5 students will return to school for four days per week on Oct. 26, with Wednesday serving as a remote learning day.

Rockingham County Schools

Rockingham County Schools is operating on an A/B day schedule, with schools limited to no greater than 50 percent capacity.

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education has decided to move discussions about the potential delay of the district’s phased reopening plan to its regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2020.  


Source: Fox 8 News Channel

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