The Vance County School system has been hard at work on a re-entry plan for students, and this week at the Vance County Board of Education meeting that re-entry plan was approved.
No date was set.
VCS Public Information Officer Aarika Sandlin provided the information in her latest board briefs. She wrote, “The Board of Education approved the re-entry plan for students; however, the re-entry date was not determined. The Board of Education will continue to review metrics, along with discussions with The ABC Science Collaborative, NCDHHS and Granville Vance Public Health.
“The re-entry plan approved allowed for two days of face-to-face instruction and a staggered entry, beginning with PreK, K and 6 grades, followed by grades 1 and 2 and then grades 3-5. Additionally, self-contained EC students in grades PreK-12 begin re-entry.”
The plan will allow any student wishing to remain fully remote to do so, with live instruction on specific days and times.
Sandlin can be heard each morning on WIZS at 7:45 and each afternoon during the WIZS Local News with school information.
Superintendent Dr. Anthony Jackson will join WIZS on TownTalk Tuesday, December 22 at 11am.