Monday, October 18, 2021
BREAKING: School Board Votes For Three Weeks Of Remote Learning

BREAKING: School Board Votes For Three Weeks Of Remote Learning

Most Wayne County Public Schools will start the new school year with three weeks of strictly remote learning.

In a reversal from its previous decision to start in the hybrid model, the Wayne County Board of Education approved using the Plan “C” virtual learning model for the first three weeks of class for most schools.

School board member Jennifer Strickland made the motion Wednesday, and that motion was approved by a 4 – 2 vote of the Board of Education.

The exceptions will be the Wayne School of Engineering and Wayne Early Middle College High School.

Some administration officials and other school board members were hoping for at least four weeks or more of remote learning before students returned to the classroom.

The instructional schedules for WCPS schools are now as follows:

Key Dates School Instructional Plan
August 12    Goldsboro High First Day of School – Plan C
August 12   Wayne Early/Middle College High First Day of School – Plan B
August 12 Wayne School of Engineering First Day of School – Plan B
August 17 Traditional Academic Calendar Schools First Day of School – Plan C
September 3 Goldsboro High Start of Plan B
September 8 Traditional Academic Calendar Schools Start of Plan B

 

Families should be on the lookout for updates and information from the district and their child’s school in the coming days about what reopening under Plan C and the transition to Plan B will look like. Parents can review the most current updates and Plan C instructional model on the district website at: https://www.waynecountyschools.org/2020-2021SchoolReopeningUpdates.aspx
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