Rock Hill Schools is only bringing its kindergarten through second graders back for five days, but the district has plans to bring the rest of the elementary students and the middle school students back by the end of November.
Many CMS parents and students are saying goodbye to remote learning on Friday. At least partially.Starting on Monday, CMS students kindergarten through 5th grade have the option to return to school in a rotating schedule.Nearly 40,000 students are going back on the A and B rotating schedule for in
Schools across our South Carolina area are planning on bringing students back for more days of in-person learning. Some districts are starting less than two weeks from now. This as the coronavirus is surging in the Palmetto State.
Across the Charlotte region, school districts and universities have reported a number of positive coronavirus cases since teachers and some students have returned to working and learning from school buildings.
Lewisville, which is part of the Chester County School District in South Carolina, will participate in a pilot program to use germicidal ultraviolet (GUV) technology to eliminate germs from the air -- including COVID-19.
South Carolina teachers are taking a stand, using their personal days to put pressure on the state House. Across the Palmetto State, teachers took to the phones, wrote emails and sent out social media posts demanding the House to pass the budget.
The Cabarrus County Board of Education approved a plan for students to return to the classroom in October after a heated called meeting in which one member appeared to make what some say were inappropriate comments.
In just two weeks, schools across North Carolina will have the choice to bring back elementary school students into the classroom full time. Governor Cooper made that announcement yesterday. Iredell-Statesville Schools plan to have elementary school students back in the classroom full-time on Octobe
Twelfth District Rep. Alma Adams paid tribute to Charlotte civil rights pioneer Sarah Stevenson, the first Black woman to serve on Charlotte’s school board, in a speech on the U.S. House floor Wednesday.