NEWPORT NEWS, Va. - The Newport News School Board voted on Tuesday for NNPS reopening plan for the 2020-21 school year.
During its special meeting, the school board voted for all students to begin the school year with virtual learning during the first quarter, which is from September 8 to November 2.
During its August 5 Special Meeting, the School Board voted for all students to begin the school year with virtual learning during the first quarter (Sept. 8-Nov. 2).— Newport News Public Schools (@nnschools) August 5, 2020
To read more about the virtual learning plan & FAQs, visit the Return to Learn website. https://t.co/hILcZrYc5p
Next week, families may access a learning intent form through ParentVue to decide if their child(ren) will continue virtual learning through January 27, the end of the first semester.
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Families can also indicate if their elementary student needs a loaner device and if they have child care needs.
Those without a ParentVue account may sign up for one by contacting their child's school.