Caldwell County Schools Re-Entry Survey for Families
Caldwell County Schools is committed to providing quality instruction in a safe, caring environment. As we work to create plans for the upcoming year, 2020-2021, we are seeking input from our families.
North Carolina state education and health officials have defined several options for how public schools will re-enter in August. Three plans have been determined based on the severity of COVID-19 at the time of re-entry. The state will provide guidance regarding which plan we will use for re-entry on July 1; however, the plan could change based on health needs or concerns after that date.
Plan A: All students in school at the same time. Schools will open as normal with minimal social distancing at 100% capacity. This plan will be implemented if COVID-19 metrics are stable or move in a positive direction.
Plan B: Up to half of all students in school at the same time. Schools will open with moderate social distancing and will be required to operate with no more than 50% of students in attendance at a time. This plan will be implemented if COVID-19 metrics worsen and it is determined that additional restrictions are necessary. In this plan, Caldwell County students may attend school in a face to face format a minimum of two days per week or its hourly equivalent paired with remote learning when they are not on site.
Plan C: Schools will suspend in-person classes and will only operate remote learning for all students. This plan will be implemented if COVID-19 metrics worsen significantly.
Caldwell Applied Sciences Academy and Caldwell Early College High School schedules will be determined at a later date in coordination with CCC&TI.
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