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CURRENT STATUS: COVID-19 Impacts on Brunswick County Schools

We'll continue to get important information out to you via social media, the district website, and via phone call. 
CURRENT STATUS: (Espanolñol )  
2021 Summer Hours:
  • Beginning June 21...
    Central Services- Monday through Friday, 8-5pm
    Summer School Sites- Monday through Friday, 8am-3:30pm
    Non-Summer School Sites- Monday through Thursday, 7:30am-4:30pm
The first day of the 2021-22 School Year is August 10, 2021 for Early College High School and August 23, 2021 for Traditional Schools.

2021-2022 BACK TO SCHOOL INFO:  We've begun posting helpful information in one central location involving the next school year and what it will look like.
Survey Results: The results of the Virtual Learning Survey that gauged the interest in a Remote Learning Plan for the upcoming school year were presented during the June Committee Meetings.  The survey was available to Elementary, Middle, and High School Parents/Guardians in May while school was still in session.
  • With only 2% of the school community showing interest in a 100% remote learning format, the decision was made to not offer it as an option for the 2021-22 school year unless there is an unforeseen circumstance that deems remote learning necessary.  All Brunswick County Schools will resume 100% Face to Face learning for the 2021-22 school year.
SUMMER MEALS PROGRAM:  The Brunswick County Schools Summer Meals Program runs June 7th through August 5th.   All children can receive free breakfast and lunch and there is no registration required. 

Just stop by one of the curbside locations and pick them up!
STRONG SCHOOLS NC PUBLIC HEALTH TOOLKIT K-12 updated 7/29/21: The NC Department of Health and Human Services updated the StrongSchoolsNC Public Health Toolkit that includes daily operations, transportation, etc.  
Redistricting Vote: During the March 30, 2021 Special Meeting to vote on Phase 2 redistricting, Board Members voted to unanimously approve Plan A redistricting, the consultants recommendations, with the exception that students in the Mallory Creek area would NOT be moved to SBHS to help relieve projected growth in the northern region should the student population hit 1,400 at NBHS in the future.
Instead, the district will move forward with the consultant's alternative recommendations to look for ways to add capacity at NBHS by 300-400 seats to avoid overcrowding within the next 5 years.
New Air Purifiers: In January, the Board Members approved the purchase order of new Ionized Air Purification Systems to be installed districtwide and the project is now complete.
What is it? 
  • This 'needlepoint bipolar ionization technology' as it is called will be installed in existing HVAC systems at Brunswick County Schools.
What does it do?
  • Basically, it inactivates/deactivates pathogens and reduces the volume of harmful pathogens including the coronavirus and SARS-CoV-2.
Bus installation is complete on the entire fleet(approximately 150 buses).
Schools completed as of 3/29/21:
  1. South Brunswick Middle 
  2. South Brunswick High 
  3. Lincoln Elementary
  4. Belville Elementary
  5. Leland Middle 
  6. Waccamaw School
  7. Town Creek Elementary
  8. Town Creek Middle
  9. Union Elementary
  10. Virginia Williamson Elementary
  11. Supply Elementary 
  12. Bolivia Elementary
  13. Cedar Grove Middle
  14. Jessie Mae Monroe Elementary
  15. Shallotte Middle
  16. Southport Elementary
  17. The COAST 
  18. North Brunswick High
  19. West Brunswick High


STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES: BCS Student Support Services has numerous resources to help students and parents during this challenging time we are all going through.  Behavior Specialists, School Counselors, School Psychologist, School Social Workers, and Dropout Prevention Specialists are all available to talk with to support the social-emotional learning and mental health needs during this unprecedented time.


TECH SUPPORT:  Parents and Students, if you are having issues with technology that you checked out from school(Chromebook, laptops, tablets, etc),  please contact BCS Technology Support before calling the individual school.  You can reach Tech Support by calling 910-253-1095 or email
They should be able to help fix the problem.
You can also find Brunswick County Schools Troubleshooting Tech Tips here: