• Board of Education Meetings - Change in Procedure:

    Beginning January 25, 2021, the Caswell County Board of Education meetings will be conducted remotely and electronically due to Covid-19.  (Meeting is January 25, 2021 @ 6:30 p.m.  Click here for AGENDA)

     The media and public may access the meeting via Zoom.

    Caswell County Schools BOE online meeting 

    Access LIVE session via computer with Internet
    Dial:  1 301 715 8592 ( US  Long distance fee on your phone bill may apply)  
    Meeting ID: 971 4791 1670
    Participant: #
    Passcode: 123456

    If you do not have access remotely, arrangements will be made to view this meeting within Caswell County Schools.  Please notify Connie Kimrey, (, no later than Thursday, January 21, 2021 by 4:00 p.m. if you plan to view the meeting and a designated location will be arranged.

    The public comment period for up to 30 minutes will be provided during the electronic meeting.  Members of the public may provide their public comments of less than 350 words to Connie Kimrey via email,, at least two hours prior to the meeting start time.  Please make sure to include your first and last name as well as your address at the beginning of the public comment.  These comments will then be read during the public comment portion of the meeting.

    Caswell County Schools is making every effort to ensure that the public is able to listen to the meeting while still maintaining statutory requirements as well as to keep the public and staff safe during this time.


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  • Alert Message = January 14, 2021

    Good afternoon,  This is Dr. Sandra Carter, Superintendent of Caswell County Schools.  It is Thursday afternoon, Jan. 14th at 5:00pm.

    The purpose of the message is to provide you with several important updates.

    As you may know, on Jan. 11th the CCS Board of Education voted to transition to Plan B (Hybrid Model) beginning in February.  As stated at the meeting, the BOE will review updated data at their Jan. 25th meeting with the option to re-evaluate this decision.

    To assist parents in the transition to Plan B, a Reopening Guide for Parents manual has been posted on the CCS district and school websites.  Included in the manual you will find specific information about what to expect during the reopening of Caswell County Schools under learning model B.

    Beginning January 25th, the Caswell County Board of Education meetings will be conducted remotely and electronically due to COVID-19.  The media and public may access the meeting via Zoom.  Detailed information is listed on the Caswell County Schools’ district website.

    As a reminder, and as listed on the Caswell County Schools’ calendar, Monday, Jan. 18th, is Martin Luther King Holiday with no school for students and staff.   I wish you a safe and restful holiday.

    Thank you and have a wonderful evening.

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  • Reopening Guide for Parents Learning Plan B 2020-2021

     Reopening Guide for Parents Learning Plan B 2020-2021

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  • Plan B (Hybrid Model), for returning to school in February.
    It is Monday, Jan. 11th at 5:10pm.  Today, the Board of Education voted to approve the move to Plan B (Hybrid Model), for returning to school in February.  The return to school hybrid model will be on a staggered basis by grade levels.  
    The Hybrid Model will be based on a schedule of AABCC for students.  Students will either attend in-school Monday and Tuesday OR they will attend on Thursday and Friday.  The other three days will be virtual meetings.  Students will have the option to remain on virtual learning all five days IF they have access to virtual capabilities such as internet, hot spot locations, etc.  and demonstrated academic success during the first semester.  There will be no option for flash drives during this time.  
    Return to school will be scheduled by grade levels with staggered entries.
    *At North Elementary, South Elementary, Oakwood Elementary and Stoney Creek Elementary Schools, the staggered entry beginning dates and grade levels are as follows:

            DATE for Staggered Entry 

       GRADE LEVEL for Staggered Entry  

    February 15, 2021

    Grades PreK - 1st and Adaptive Curriculum Classes

    February 22, 2021

    Grades 2 & 3

    March 1, 2021

    Grades 4 & 5

    *At  N.L. Dillard Middle School, the staggered entry beginning dates and grade levels are as follows:

                   DATE for Staggered Entry 

       GRADE LEVEL for Staggered Entry  

    February 15, 2021

    Grade 6 and Adaptive Curriculum Classes

    February 22, 2021

    Grade 7

    March 1, 2021

    Grade 8

        The first day to begin sports tryouts/conditioning at N.L. Dillard Middle School is February 22, 2021.
     *At  BYSHS, the staggered entry beginning dates and grade levels are as follows:  

                   DATE for Staggered Entry* 

       GRADE LEVEL for Staggered Entry  

    February 22, 2021

    Grade 9, Grade 12 & Adaptive Curriculum Classes

    March 1, 2021

    Grade 10

    March 8, 2021

    Grade 11

       The first day to begin sports tryouts/conditioning at BYSHS is February 22, 2021. 
    The Board of Education weighed heavily on this decision understanding that there is no one decision that is best for every situation.  However, while the Board voted on January 11th to move forward with Plan B (Hybrid Model), please understand that the Board will revisit and review updated data at their January 25th Board meeting with the option to revert back to Plan C (all virtual) if necessary.
     Additional information will be shared regarding daily schedules and arrival/dismissal times in the near future.  
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  • Recently Approved Board of Education Policies (08/24/2020)

    approved policies

    Recently updated policies by the Board of Education. 

    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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  • CLNA Survey

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


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  • NC Back to School Immunization Requirements

    NC Back to School Immunization Requirements

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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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