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Students transition to in-person learning in Dare Co. Monday

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Posted at 6:03 AM, Oct 26, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-26 06:04:23-04

DARE Co., N.C. – Schools in Dare County will be reopening on Monday after the DCS Board of Education unanimously voted to reopen schools in their Oct. 1 meeting.

The Board approved Option 2 where students in Pre K-5 will go to school every day (Plan A) while students in grades 6-12 will attend school (Plan B) in two cohorts on a hybrid schedule.

Officials said when 6-12 students are not in school, they will work remotely.

Students who are on the Extended Content Standards in separate classrooms K-12 will attend school every day, starting Monday.

The K-12 DCS Virtual School will begin on October 26.

To ease the transition and training that needs to happen as officials reopen schools, students in grades 3-5 (only) will report to school during the week of October 26-30. All Pre K-5 students will be in school beginning on Monday, November 2, the school site said.

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