Want to learn more about how our schools keep students safe while using the internet? Want to learn more about how you can help at home? Consider registering for this upcoming webinar - March 29th at 6 pm.
Can't make it to the webinar? Check out the county Online Safety Hub
Due to a lack of assessment data during the 19-20 academic year, the state lists of LowPerforming schools and Low-Performing districts stayed the same for 20-21. Since all LowPerforming schools and Low-Performing districts notified parents in 19-20 then there will be no need for 20-21 notifications.
Our schools now offer an option for parents to pay online for field trips and other school activities. Information about OSP has been sent home with your children. The link to open and access your account is found here: OSP Please call the school if you need assistance in setting up your account or if you have questions about this program. Here is a link to the account set up directions: OSP Account Set Up and Access
– Notwithstanding G.S. 115C-47(58), 115C-75.8(d)(7), 115C-218.65, 115C-238.66(11), 116-239.8(b)(14), and Section 6(d)(2) of S.L. 2018-32, public school units are not required to display school report card information for the 2020-2021 school year based on data from the 2019-2020 school year, but shall display a brief explanation that school report cards were not issued for the 2020-2021 school year because assessment data was not collected during the 2019-2020 school year due to COVID-19.