Tri-county schools check-in: 38 Covid-19 cases in NHCS, 47 in Brunswick, 28 in Pender

SOUTHEASTERN N.C. — New Hanover County Schools is reporting 38 Covid-19 cases and 17 quarantines over the past week across its 40-plus campuses, according to the district’s online dashboard.

(Since NHCS’ case counts are not entered in real-time, some current cases may not be reflected until the following week’s totals are published on Friday.)

Since the start of the school year, NHCS recorded nearly 1,000 positive cases total. Here is the breakdown for the week of Oct. 11:


Elementary
Carolina Beach — 3
Codington — 5
Eaton — 3
Freeman — 2
Holly Tree — 1
Mary C Williams — 3
Winter Park — 2
Wrightsboro — 2

Middle
Holly Shelter — 3
Murray — 2
Noble — 1
Roland-Grise — 1
Williston — 1

High
Ashley — 1
Career Readiness Academy at Mosley — 2
Hoggard — 1
Laney — 3
New Hanover — 2

Brunswick County Schools

As of Thursday, Oct. 14, Brunswick County Schools is reporting 47 active Covid-19 cases, including two in central services. At least 110 people were under precautionary quarantines as of the latest update.

Since the first day of school, Aug. 30, the school district has recorded 528 positive cases.

Elementary
Belville — 1
Bolivia — 1
Lincoln — 3
Supply — 4
Union — 2
Virginia Williamson — 3

Middle
Cedar Grove — 2
Leland — 7
Shallotte — 2
South Brunswick — 1

High
Early College — 5
North Brunswick — 6
South Brunswick — 6
The COAST — 1
West Brunswick — 1

Pender County Schools

Pender County Schools documented 28 cases and 196 quarantines for the week of Oct. 3 to Oct. 9, according to the latest update on its dashboard from Monday, Oct. 11.

Since Sept. 5, at least 250 staff and students in Pender County tested positive for Covid-19.

Elementary
Cape Fear — 1
C.F. Pope — 1
North Topsail — 2
Rocky Point — 2
Surf City — 1

Middle
Surf City — 2
Topsail — 13
West Pender — 2

High
Pender — 4


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