In a special called meeting on Tuesday, July 28, 2020, the Craven County Schools Board of Education unanimously voted to revise the reopening plan for the 2020-21 school year from the hybrid Plan B to full remote learning under Plan C for the first 9 weeks of the school year.

This revision only impacts those families who have chosen to start the school year under Plan B.

Under Plan C, school will start with full remote learning for all students. Families who have opted to start the school year under Plan B will now start the school year online eventually transitioning to some face-to-face instruction at a time to be decided later.

This update will not affect the students registered for Craven LIVE. These students will continue with their virtual learning journey for the entire semester with an opportunity in November to commit to online learning for the full school year.

The registration form will be opened back up for our families who are interested in enrolling their child in this virtual learning environment with teachers from various schools in our district with a passion for online learning. The deadline to make changes or register for our Early College families will be July 31 and Aug. 7 for traditional schools.

“Craven County Schools will continue to plan for the return to school and we understand this change is not ideal for our families,” the district said in a news release. “However, please know our top priority is to ensure the health and safety of all our students, their families, staff, and the community.”

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