The Harnett County Board of Education announced Tuesday night that elementary schools would transition to a five-day in-person schedule during the March regular scheduled board meeting starting on March 22nd. The board adopted the 2021-2022 calendar, and revisions to the current school calendar were made. The current 2020-2021 calendar was revised to remove the two state-mandated remote learning days, March 26th and May 7th, to regular instruction days in the district. For the remainder of the 2021 school year, Harnett County Schools will transition to the following in-person schedule:
2020-2021 TRANSITION TO IN-PERSON INSTRUCTION SCHEDULE
- K-5 students will return to five-day in-person instruction on Monday, March 22nd.
- EC self-contained students will return to five-day in-person instruction on Monday, March 22nd.
- The remote learning day scheduled for Friday, March 26th, is now an in-person instructional day.
- NC Pre-Kindergarten will continue operating on a five-day schedule.
- If families prefer, students may continue with five days of remote instruction.
- Social distancing within classrooms will be attempted but cannot be guaranteed in schools once on a five-day instructional schedule.
- Students in grades 6-12 will continue on the current A/B schedule.
- Students in grades 6-12 will return to five-day in-person instruction once restrictions are allowed by the Governor’s executive order.
- During holidays and teacher workdays, there will be no remote or in-person instruction.
March 22, 2021
K-5 students will return to 5-day in-person instruction.
EC self-contained students will return to 5-day in-person instruction.
March 26 and May 7, 2021
In-person instruction day (previously State Remote Learning Day).