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Week of October 19-23

Monday, October 19th is no school for students. The schedule for the remainder of the week is AABB for Tuesday- Friday. A day students will have check ins on Tuesday and Wednesday in their ELA and Math classes. B Day students will have theirs on Thursday and Friday. Virtual students will have a regular schedule all week with assignments only in ELA and Math. Report Cards will be sent home with A day students on Wednesday and B Day students on Thursday. Virtual students will have report cards mailed.
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NC Check-Ins

NC Check-Ins will be given to in-person students during their regular reading and math class times during the week of October 20th, after the work day on the 19th.

Virtual students will have the option on Thursday, October 15th, to come to school to take the NC Check In tests for both Reading and Math at 9:00. If you plan for your child to come in to take the assessments, please call our office by October 13th to allow us to plan for social distancing and accommodations.
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Free & Reduced Lunch Form Must be Completed Every Year

Apply online for Free and Reduced meals for the 20/21 SY.
Go to this link for the online version

This year there is no Reduced--all reduced are Free but YOU MUST FILL OUT THE APPLICATION EVERY YEAR! This will impact your child's school.

Contact your child's school or our office for a paper copy !!

For more information contact Lisa Dillon;
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Enrollment Packet

Stokes County Schools is requesting that all parents/guardians complete the enrollment packet for each child. Please complete online as soon as possible. You will need to create an account. This account consists of a valid email address and password. Once you have added your child/children to your Dashboard, you are ready to Begin the Application.
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Stokes County Schools Re-Launch Plans for 20-21

On June 14, Governor Cooper announced that public schools in North Carolina would be operating under Plan B, 50% occupancy. The plan the district operates under will be based on guidance from State and Local officials, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, and the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. Districts are allowed to use a more restrictive plan based on the current needs of the district or under the guidance of the local Health Department. DETAILED PLANS FOR TRADITIONAL & EARLY COLLEGE ARE ATTACHED.
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Governor's Decision on Schools Re-Opening

Today Governor Cooper made the announcement that we will start the school year under plan B which involves reducing the number of students in our buildings during the school day and implementing safety measures as outlined by the Department of Health and Human Services and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.
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