Some big decisions were made in North Carolina on Tuesday. One of them being a new overnight stay at home order, and the other being that CMS return to full remote learning as COVID-19 cases continue to be on the rise in Mecklenburg County.
The CMS Board of Education voted 6-3 in favor of returning to full remote learning. K-12 students will return to full remote learning from December 14th through January 15th with plans to return to the classroom on January 19th.
Here’s the proposed revised plan being presented to the @CharMeckSchools board now. Move K-12 students to full remote beginning Dec 14. Students to return Jan 19. Pre-K still in-person, and some Exception Children can remain in-person. This is a PROPOSAL. Board needs to vote. pic.twitter.com/GwuMR3Ycvp— Elsa Gillis (@ElsaWSOC9) December 9, 2020