Remote-only education will be a prominent element of teaching and learning during the 2020/21 school year. All students, grades K-12, will be participating in remote-only learning through September 11, 2020. At that time, the district will evaluate COVID-19 conditions and make a decision as to whether remote-only learning or that the district will move to the next phase of learning. Below are important details regarding curriculum, scheduling, and more in our remote learning model.
This page will be updated frequently with further details. If you have a specific question unique to your child, please reach out directly to your school. We appreciate your patience and support as we work to maintain the health and safety of our students, staff, and families.
last updated July 28, 2020
The State Board of Education and the NC Department of Public Instruction have defined remote learning in NC K-12 public schools as “learning that takes place outside of the traditional school setting using various media and formats, such as but not limited to video conference, telephone conference, print materials, online materials, or learning management systems.” The following critical factors have been defined for effective remote learning
In this time of crisis, the manner in which all instruction in Bladen County Schools, including Students With Disabilities, is likely to look very different for the 2020-2021 school year. However, federal disability law provides flexibility in determining how to meet the needs of students with disabilities
The following chart outlines a general overview of key considerations and actions required for implementing one of the three proposed school re-entry plans. Plan A focuses on traditional instruction with opportunities to practice and engage in blended and remote learning opportunities. Plan B focuses