HAMPTON, Va. - Hampton City Schools will continue virtual learning for all students until February 22, the city announced Monday.
The virtual learning model for all students (to include our in-person PreK, kindergarten, and select PreK-12 students with disabilities served in a self-contained environment) will be extended until February 22.
Officials said they have been monitoring CDC and VDH metrics daily. The district website said, "Over the past four days our area has begun to see a slight decrease in the number of new cases of COVID as well as a decline in the positivity rate. We are hopeful that this will continue. However, it is important that we monitor this current COVID trend in our community and ensure that it continues to decline before welcoming back our students. In addition, we have been aggressively working with the city and health department to vaccinate our teachers and staff."
Students are being directed to continue to follow their current virtual schedule.
Information regarding student meals:
Alternative meal sites (daily meal pick-up sites and 5-day meal pick-up sites) will continue their regular operating schedule
Information regarding school/administrative office hours:
Schools and offices will be open to the general public by appointment only during their regular hours of operation.
Officials said they anticipate the return of our in-person PreK, kindergarten, and select students with disabilities served in a self-contained environment on February 22. In addition, they are continuing to plan for the return of other grade levels as conditions allow.