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2019-2020 End of Year Close Out Plan for Students and ParentsAs we approach the end of such a dynamic year, it soon will be time to pick up items and drop items off. The Caswell County Schools End of Year Close Out Plan for Students and Parents establishes a time period for these activities.During the assigned days, students will have the opportunity to drop off Chromebooks, library books, and pay fees. Students will have the opportunity to pick up items such as personal items, yearbooks, school pictures, and instruments.The End of Year Closeout will take place on the following dates.- 6th grade - June 8, 2020- 7th grade - June 9, 2020- 8th grade - June 10, 2020Families can come from the hours of 8 am - 11 am and 1 pm - 5 pm each day. Please come on the appropriate grade level day. No appointments are needed.Thank you, take care, and we look forward to seeing you soon!#gamechangers #DillardStrong
Message from Dr. CarterMarch 30, 2020Greetings,
As I am sure you are aware, Governor Roy Cooper issued a 30-day Stay-at-Home Order for North Carolina which is scheduled to begin Monday, March 30, 2020, at 5:00 pm and end April 29, 2020.
In adherence to this Order, Caswell County Schools will operate with essential personnel only with all other employees continuing with remote work. Communication during this time is limited to phone calls, emails, and virtual technology rather than face-to-face meetings. Should you have questions or concerns, please call the central office or school number. Phone messages will be checked periodically and forwarded to the requested person for response.
During this time, I ask for your patience as we are all working through uncharted territory. Our teachers are continuing with student instruction, the Child Nutrition, and Transportation Departments will continue serving student meals at multiple feeding sites throughout Caswell County. We are continuing to operate “as normal” as possible. Please check the district and school websites for ongoing updates.
Above all, I ask that you take every safety precaution possible for you and your family to end this terrible pandemic.Thank you,
Dr. Sandra CarterSuperintendent
Caswell County Library Access
Gunn Memorial Public Library is going to offer temporary library cards. They will take information over the phone and offer whatever downloads they have available. This will be available through August. (336) 694-6241
Grab & Go Food Pickup
N.L. Dillard Middle School is one of the Grab & Go meal locations:
Beginning Wednesday, March 18th, our food service, and bus transportation staff will offer a free meal (lunch and breakfast) to all children through the age of 18 at eleven different locations throughout Caswell County. These meals will be served daily (Monday through Friday) beginning at 11:00 - 12:00noon as a grab and go. There will be no need to get out of your vehicle during this time with the exception of the three apartment complexes. Your child will be served a Grab and Go Breakfast and Lunch. Since this will be served at mid-day, the grab and go breakfast is intended for the following morning.
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Grant Dailey, 12, killed his first turkey on April 10th in Ruffin. It was a 20lb gobbler. He is the son of Irvin and Janice Dailey of Blanch. Justin Shumaker, 14, shot his turkey on April 5th while hunting in Caswell County with his dad, Richard Shumaker. The turkey weighed 23.6lbs and had an 11” beard and 1.5” spurs. The photo is courtesy of Justin’s mother, Tammy Shumaker. #dillardstudentspotlight #gamechangers #dillardstrong