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New Hanover County has launched a community survey to help identify additional plans and solutions for school and community safety, reporting incidents and communication, and community programs and resources. The survey is anonymous and open through November 1. The five-minute survey can be taken here: https://bit.ly/3AUDf5U.

 

Complete esta encuesta de cinco minutos para compartir sus comentarios anónimos sobre la seguridad de las escuelas y la comunidad, la notificación de incidentes y la comunicación, y los programas y recursos de la comunidad. La encuesta estará abierta hasta el 1ro de noviembre: https://bit.ly/3lZbxRD.

As you are aware, COVID-19 is still a concern in our communities and schools. In the event that your family is impacted and your child has to quarantine, we have put some steps in place to ensure that your child receives assignments and that you receive frequent communication from your child’s teacher. Below are the steps our staff will follow in the event your child has to quarantine. 

  • Within 24 hours: Your child’s teacher will contact you to discuss the student’s health, make-up work and missed school events. Arrangements will be made with you to pick up assignments, which will be in the form of paper packets.
  • Within 48 hours: Teachers will continue to be in contact with you daily through your preferred method of contact, such as phone, email, Class Dojo or Clever. Please inform your child’s teacher of your preferred method. Make-up work may be picked up from the front office. If you are unable to pick up assignments, arrangements can be made to drop off assignments to your child with the teacher and Mrs. Robbins, our School Social Worker.
  • Throughout your child’s quarantine the teacher will continue to make daily contact with you to check on the student and to make arrangements for future assignments to be picked.  
  • On Day 9-10: Your child’s teacher will make contact with you to ensure that the student is returning to school on the anticipated date and check to see if there are any needs. Arrangements will be made to finalize assignment completion and ensure a smooth transition back to school. 

If there are specific questions for the school nurse or administration, call 910-602-4970 Monday-Friday from 8 am - 4 pm or email at anytime our school nurse at nicole.carey@nhcs.net or administration at christianne.may@nhcs.net or ashley.goodlett@nhcs.net.

Beginning July 13, 2021, all parents/guardians of NHCS students will be required to complete the beginning-of-year paperwork using the Scribbles online system. The online system allows parents/guardians the ability to complete this process from their laptop, cell phone, or desktop computer. If the parent/guardian has moved, please update the address on the beginning-of-year paperwork and upload the new proof of residence. Beginning-of-year paperwork must be completed by:

● July 23, 2021, for schools on the year-round calendar

● August 13, 2021, for schools on the Restart year-round calendar

● September 3, 2021, for schools on the traditional calendar

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