Brunswick Co. Schools survey parents of middle, high school students on returning to class for in-person learning five days a week
By WECT Staff | February 4, 2021 at 1:54 PM EST – Updated February 4 at 4:33 PM
BOLIVIA, N.C. (WECT) – Brunswick County Schools is asking parents and guardians of students in grades 6-12 to participate in a survey so the district can gauge interest in face-to-face learning for five days a week.
The district would still offer an option of 100 percent remote learning for those who wish to keep their students on that plan.
Earlier this week, Governor Roy Cooper urged all the school districts in the state to provide in-person instruction for students, citing data from the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services that shows, with preventative measures in place, there are low rates of transmission of COVID-19 in primary and secondary schools.
District officials ask parents and guardians of K-5 students to not participate in the survey.
BCS Family, we’re currently gathering feedback on the possibility of 5 days of Face to Face instruction(grades 6-12).
Parents/Guardians of Students in grades 6-12, please take a moment to complete the short survey below:
💻 Survey: https://t.co/wSi5rYUrVD pic.twitter.com/G4OsN1GjuI
— Brunswick County Schools (@brunscoschools) February 4, 2021
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