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Nash schools shifting to in-person instruction

Posted on March 27, 2021

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NASHVILLE — All Nash County students will soon have the option to return to in-person learning.

The Nash County Board of Education voted at its most recent meeting to move all Nash County Public School students to Plan A, minimal social distancing.

“This would eliminate our Plan B tracks and require all students who opt for in-person learning to attend school every week,” said Christine Catalano, the school district’s executive director of strategic planning and engagement.

Plans A, B and C are options state officials provided to North Carolina public school districts last June for safe operation during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Families can still opt to remain in remote learning on the Virtual Academy track. In-person instruction for elementary students under Plan A will begin Monday.  Middle and high school students will begin Plan A on April 12.

School officials are asking families to complete a survey at https://forms.gle/VDhf3d3f7kv6n9vv7.

The survey is also available on school and district websites and social media pages.

“Nash County Public Schools is  working tirelessly to not only ensure our students maximize their learning potential, but to ensure the safety of our students, staff and community as we finish out the 2020-21 school year,” Catalano said. 

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