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    CASWELL COUNTY SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION WORK SESSION PLANNED

    The Caswell County Board of Education will meet for a Work Session on Monday, September 28, 2020 beginning at 3:30 p.m.  The purpose for the meeting is to discuss transition and Plans A, B, and C for 2020-2021 school year.

    The meeting will be held in the large professional development room at the Central Office Administration Building, located at  319 E. Main Street,  Yanceyville, NC

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  • Superintendent Alert Message – September 17, 2020  5:00pm

    Good afternoon,

    This is Dr. Sandra Carter, Superintendent of Caswell County Schools.  It is Thursday afternoon, September 17th at 5:00pm.  The purpose of this message is to provide you an update on the current Plan C, which is remote learning for all Caswell County Schools students.

    As you may be aware, this afternoon, Governor Roy Cooper announced that NC school districts have the flexibility to transition to Plan A when districts are ready.  This is only for Kindergarten through fifth grade students and allows the students to be in school at the same time.  The governor did not provide this option for sixth through twelfth grade students. 

    Caswell County Schools, grades Kindergarten through twelfth grade, is currently operating under Plan C.  Plan C is total remote learning for the first nine weeks which ends Oct. 14th.  During this time, we are monitoring all current safety protocols and procedures, reviewing Caswell County data related to COVID-19, in constant communication with local Health officials, reviewing parent and staff feedback on surveys and making plans for the possible future transition to another plan.

    As previously shared, at the upcoming meeting on Monday, September 28th, the Board of Education will review all data and information to make a decision whether to continue on the current Plan C or transition to Plan B or Plan A.  Please know that current health and safety requirements continue regardless of which plan is in place.  Those safety procedures include six foot distancing, wearing a mask, frequent washing of hands and temperature checks and screening when entering a building.   

    As stated many times, there is no one plan that works for every family.  We look forward to the day when all students and staff are back in our school buildings as it was before COVID.  However, we will continue to keep the safety of our students and staff as a priority.

    I would also like to remind everyone of the potential threat of flash flooding this evening from tropical depression Sally.  As always, please keep safety a priority.

    Thank you.

    Dr. Sandra Carter

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  • September 10, 2020 - Parent Survey

    Good afternoon,

    This is Dr. Sandra Carter, Superintendent of Caswell County Schools.  It is Thursday afternoon, September 10th at approximately 6pm.

    The purpose of this message is to inform you of a parent survey that is available to you, beginning Friday, September 11th.  This survey is to gain additional feedback on the current Remote Learning Plan (Plan C) and your input for a possible transition to Plan B, School Your Way.   Specifically, we are asking for your feedback on instructional preferences and transportation. 

    In order to gain your feedback, it is important for you to complete the survey.  It can be located on the website of your student’s assigned school.  If you do not have access to the internet to complete the survey, please call your child’s school, Monday through Friday, from 8:00am until 2:00pm, and we can take your survey responses over the phone.   All responses should be completed by Wednesday, September 16th.

    Thank you for completing this important survey. Have a good evening.

    Dr. Sandra Carter, Superintendent

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  •  approved policies

    Recently Approved Board of Education Policies (08/24/2020)

    Due to Federal Law, the Board of Education has temporarily adopted the policies that go into effect August 14, 2020; however, they will review any comments for an official adoption at the August 24, 2020 Board of Eduation meeting.  Policies are listed below for your review and input.

     

    Policy 111

    Policy 452

    Policy 452-A

    Policy 454

    Policy 454-A

    Policy 454-B

    Policy 482

    Policy 700-A

    Policy 712

    Policy 745

    Policy 795

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  • Inclement Weather Procedures

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  • Title I Parent and Family Engagement Survey

    Click here to find your school's Title I Survey.

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  • Caswell County Schools CORONAVIRUS information:

    Caswell County Schools (CCS) continues to monitor the outbreak of a respiratory illness caused by coronavirus called COVID-19.  Senior leaders along with Caswell County’s Health Department are actively in partnership discussing the latest updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the State of North Carolina. We are closely monitoring the spread of COVID-19 and stand ready to implement any specific guidance by our local, state, and national health officials. 

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  • Meals to be provided to our students during the school closing:

     

    Caswell County Food Pantries - For locations, times, and contact information regarding Caswell County Food Pantries, click here.

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  • Say Something Anonymous Reporting System

    Caswell County Schools is happy to announce the launch of the “Say Something Anonymous Reporting System” (SS-ARS). This program, which fulfills the mandate requirement under 115C-105.51 of NC Law, teaches students, teachers, and administrators how to recognize warning signs and signals, especially within social media, of individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others and Say Something to a trusted adult or use its anonymous reporting system. Read more...

         -Say Something Anonymous Reporting System Parent Guide

         -Warning Signs

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  • NC Back to School Immunization Requirements

    NC Back to School Immunization Requirements

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  • CLNA Survey

    Please click here to find the Comprehensive Local Needs Assessment Plan, including survey links.

     

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  • Blackboard Connect Information

    (alert calls from the school system):

    If you have "opted out" of alert calls you must call 855-502-7867 to reactivate from the number you wish to receive calls.  Please be advised that once you select the "opt out" option you will no longer receive any calls from the school system.

    Message retrieval number:

    If you have not opted out and would like to retrieve past messages, call this number from your phone: 877-552-0601

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  • Board of Education Meetings:

    Effective June 2018 the regular meetings of the Caswell County Board of Public Education will be on the second and fourth Mondays of each calendar month.  The first meeting of the month will be held in the morning and an evening meeting scheduled on the second meeting of the month.  (BOE Policy # 205).

    All meetings will be held at the Central Office Building unless otherwise noted: 319 E. Main Street, Yanceyville, NC  27379.

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  • Organizational Chart

     

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  • Elementary Buddy Program:

    Caswell County Students Have Choices: 

    Elementary Buddy Program CLICK HERE

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