STATEMENT re: COVID-19 and CCS March 16, 2020
Published by Angel Hoggard on March 16, 2020
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After Gov. Roy Cooper’s March 14 announcement to close all North Carolina Public Schools in order to limit the spread of COVID-19, this is what we know in Cumberland County Schools (CCS):

  • Monday, March 16 is a teacher workday for employees.
  • The district is currently finalizing plans to provide meals to students while they are out of school.
  • The district is currently finalizing supplemental resources and activities that will help students remain engaged in learning while they are out of school.
  • The district is establishing Cumberland@Home, a remote learning opportunity that will allow students to continue learning beyond the walls of the classroom.
  • In following the Governor’s guidance, CCS Staff are adhering to the public health safety intervention of social distancing from one another (at least 2 meters or 6 feet apart) and limiting staff gatherings in close proximity over a prolonged duration of time.
  • Staff continue to adhere to the public health hygiene recommendations of washing their hands with soap and water often and properly, covering their cough or sneeze, and disposing of anything that comes in contact with their mouth, e.g., tissues, eating utensils, etc.
  • The district will share an update regarding next steps this afternoon.
 
        

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