Monday, March 22, 2021--Stokes County Schools will shift to Plan A for middle and high schools!

Stokes County Schools will shift to Plan A for middle and high schools on Monday, March 22, 2021.  

Plan A is five days a week of in-person, face-to-face learning.

Parents still have the option for their children to choose Plan C for the remainder of the school year.

Our goal is to welcome students back to our buildings in a safe and healthy manner. 

Students and staff will still have their temperature checked and answer the screening questions as they arrive at school.  Students and staff will still have to wear cloth face coverings while on campus.

If your child:

  • is experiencing any of the symptoms of COVID-19

  • has been within 6 feet of someone with COVID-19 for 15 minutes or more 

Please:

  • do not send your child to school

  • have your child stay home 

  • contact your child’s school

  • have your child complete schoolwork remotely until they have been appropriately quarantined and/or tested negative for COVID-19

If we all follow these simple guidelines, we can stay in school for the rest of the year, continue having athletics, and have in-person graduation ceremonies.

Elementary Schools and Pre-K classrooms will stay on the same daily schedule for the remainder of the school year.

All current athletic event requirements will stay the same at this time.

During the week of March 15-19:

Stokes County Schools will complete the State requirements of Plan A for all students.

Stokes County Schools Nutrition will order enough food for when all students return to school.

Schools will notify students/families of new bus stop pick-up & drop-off times.

Teachers will prepare classrooms for all students to return.