Harnett County Middle And High Schools Transition To 5-Day Instruction


The Harnett County Board of Education announced today the return to five-day in-person instruction for middle and high school students.

Middle school students in grades 6-8 will return to five-day in-person instruction on Tuesday, April 13th. High school students will begin five-day in-person instruction on Monday, April 19th. Elementary schools will continue to transition to a five-day in-person schedule on March 22nd.

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


● NC Pre-Kindergarten is currently 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.
● During holidays and teacher workdays, there will be no remote or in-person instruction.
● This schedule is pending enacted legislation or executive order by the Governor.

FRIDAY, MARCH 19
Teacher Workday
No in-person or remote instruction.

MONDAY, MARCH 22
Students in grades Kindergarten through fifth grade will resume five-day instruction.
Students in Pre K-5 Self-contained EC classrooms will resume five-day instruction.

FRIDAY, MARCH 26
Becomes regular in-person instruction day for K-5
Becomes a “B” group day for students in grades 6-12.
Previously scheduled as a Remote Learning Day (SRL).

THURSDAY, APRIL 1
Early release day for all students.

FRIDAY, APRIL 2 through MONDAY, APRIL 12

Spring Break for all students.
No in-person or remote instruction during these dates.

TUESDAY, APRIL 13
Students in middle school (grades 6-8) return to 5-day in-person instruction.
Students in 6-8 Self-contained EC classrooms will resume five-day instruction.

MONDAY, APRIL 19
Students in high school (grades 9-12) return to 5-day in-person instruction.
Students in 9-12 Self-contained EC classrooms will resume five-day instruction.

FRIDAY, MAY 7
Becomes a regular in-person instruction day for all Pre-k through 12th grade face-to-face students. This was previously scheduled as a Remote Learning Day (SRL).

2 COMMENTS

  1. Glad to see that a local school system has figured out that being in school 5 days a week for students and teachers is the best situation.
    JoCo BOE… what are you waiting on?! Stop listening to the NCAE and your political influences.

  2. It would be nice if they realized the ncea and the ices do not represent all of us or even a large number of us wouldn’t it? Hate the image it gives our stakeholders!

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