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Curriculum Updates due to COVID-19

Student and Family Guides for Grading
and Evaluating Student Progress
for the remainder of the school year.
 
The guides are created based on information provided by the
NC State Board of Education and the NC Department of Public Instruction.
 
Please scroll down to view Elementary, Middle, and High School updates.
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girl boy        Elementary:
 

Update 4/22/2020

The NC Department of Public Instruction provided a guidance document that impacts students’ final grades for the end of the semester during the COVID19-related school closure.  Below are the decisions we have made based on the most current guidance from the state. 

 

Future communications from the state are expected.  Knowing this, we may need to be flexible.  We will communicate any changes.

 

Students should begin working on the elementary work packets provided for Weeks 4-7 starting Monday, April 20. Teachers may share other supplemental assignments and tasks that may be completed for students seeking additional practice opportunities.

 

        • Parents should follow directions from their school principal regarding when and how to return completed work packets. Students are expected to maintain daily practice with grade-level skills in order to earn credit for attendance during this “Work from Home” period.
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        • Digital access to all district-provided work packets and resources can be found in the Remote Learning CANVAS course. Click “Elementary” and then your child’s appropriate grade level. Parents may print the work packets, or students may view the documents and complete the tasks on a separate sheet of paper.
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        • Students will receive no final grade in grades K-5.
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        • Instead of a final grade, teachers will provide year-end feedback for students regarding learning from the full academic school year, using a format determined locally.
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        • Teachers will document individual student strengths and needs from both an academic and social/emotional perspective to ensure an effective transition from the spring 2020 remote learning process to the 2020-21 academic year.
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        • Stanly County Schools will continue to follow the guidance from NC General Assembly and NCDPI as we receive any updated information.
 
 
boygirl           Students in Grades 6-11:

Update 4/23/2020

COVID-19 Update for Grades 6-8

                                      COVID-19 Updates for Grades 9-11
 
 

 

boy gradgirl gradHigh School:

SCS COVID19 Updates for 2020 Seniors

 

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