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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information and Resources

Board of Education Votes to Stay on Remote Learning through March 18

At the February 9 meeting, the Dare County Board of Education voted unanimously to reopen schools starting on Monday, March 1, 2021. The Board approved the following instructional program recommendations to begin on 3/1:

  1. PreK-5: 4 Days a Week Hybrid: Students attend face to face (F2F) Monday- Thursday each week.  Friday is an asynchronous learning day for all. 
  2. 6th-12th: 2 Days a Week Hybrid: Cohort A (half the alphabet) attends Monday/Tuesday and is remote Wednesday/Thursday. Cohort B (the other half of the alphabet) attends Wednesday/Thursday and is remote Monday/Tuesday. Friday is an asynchronous learning day for all. 
  3. Virtual Learning remains an option for all students K-12 for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year.  
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Dare County Schools is Committed to the Health and Safety of our Community

The health and safety of all of our students, staff, and parents is our first priority as this situation around COVID-19 evolves around the world. Superintendent Farrelly and the Board of Education are working in close conjunction with local, state and federal agencies to make the appropriate decisions regarding the safety of our schools and community.

What is COVID-19 (Coronavirus)? 

Many areas of the world are experiencing an increase in respiratory illness caused by a coronavirus named COVID-19. This virus can spread from person-to-person in similar ways as the common flu. 

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Notice Regarding Limitations on Liability for COVID-19 (S.L. 2020-89)

Any person entering these premises is hereby notified that those in possession, custody, or control of these premises have taken actions to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 to individuals present on these premises, by requiring that relevant guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS), the N.C. Department of Public Instruction (DPI), and the County Health Department be followed.

Your support and cooperation, and your adherence to these guidelines will help prevent the transmission of COVID-19.

In any claim for relief arising from any individual contracting COVID-19, no person (including this governmental subdivision, governmental instrumentality or public corporation) shall be liable for any act or omission that does not amount to gross negligence, willful or wonton conduct, or intentional wrongdoing.  (S.L. 2020-89).

Please work with us to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19.  

Thank you for your support!