Officials with the Lancaster County School District say they have finally received clearance from the South Carolina State Department of Education and USDA to open a feeding site at Indian Land High School.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) says next week teachers will provide online supplemental learning opportunities for students. Parents say this is welcome news as they are now forced to teach their children from home.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools has voted to restore spring break to its original dates of April 13-17 after Governor Roy Cooper ordered all public schools in North Carolina to halt in-person classes until at least March 30.
Bus drivers started Monday disinfecting school buses. There have been no reports of CMS students or staff with coronavirus riding on the school bus, but district officials thought is was best to have the buses cleaned.
All schools within the UNC System, including UNC Charlotte and Appalachian State University, will end in-person classes and transition to alternative course delivery by March 20 due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.
A federal lawsuit has been filed against South Carolina’s superintendent of education regarding a decades old law which prohibits districts from including any discussion of alternative sexual lifestyles in their health education courses, except in the context of sexually transmitted diseases.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools announced that they have ended the relationship with security consultant Centegix on Feb. 11, citing the Atlanta-based company’s “failure to deliver a reliable alarm system that could monitor an entire school.”
“In order to deliver these projects, we will need to receive additional funds, or we will be forced to make significant modifications to the projects that all of us have promised to the community,” the letter says.
The bond would have paid for a new Chester High School, a district-wide performing arts center, upgrades and expansions to multiple schools and athletic facilities and a new Chester County Career Center.
Just two years after voters in Chester County narrowly struck down a $38 million bond referendum to improve county schools and build a new career center, they’ll head back to the polls Tuesday to decide on the school board’s latest proposed bond referendum.
The judge who approved the settlement between the UNC Board of Governors and the Sons of Confederate Veterans regarding the Silent Sam statue was in frequent contact with an attorney for the UNC BOG regarding the case before it was filed, text messages show.