By Outer Banks Voice on November 14, 2020
In the wake of the Dare County Board of Education’s vote yesterday to return students to remote learning, Dare Schools Superintendent John Farrelly sent this Nov. 14 email to school families explaining how the transition will work.“As I am sure you are aware, the Dare County Board of Education voted last evening by a 6-1 margin to return to remote learning through the remainder of the first semester (January 15). (Presentation attached).
The Board also approved my recommendation to make this Monday (11/16) and Tuesday (11/17) workdays for all teachers. This includes virtual school teachers, so all students are off on Monday and Tuesday. Remote instruction will restart on Wednesday (11/18).
The Board also approved my recommendation to turn Wednesday, Dec. 2 into an instructional day. I will send the amended calendar out on Monday.
I appreciate all of you, your patience, support, and collaboration as we continue to navigate the outcomes of this pandemic. I am proud to serve you and our amazing Dare County staff members.”
November 13th Special Called BOE Meeting Presentation.pdf
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