Brunswick County Schools considers return to daily in-person classes in grades 6-12, opens survey

BRUNSWICK COUNTY – Brunswick County Schools is considering transitioning middle and high schools to daily in-person instruction.

In the event the board of education approves a transition to Plan A, the district is asking families to indicate their learning style preference for the rest of the school year.

The district has opened a survey for families who want to move from the hybrid model to 100% remote or from 100% remote to in-person instruction five days a week.

The survey is available here through Thursday at 5 p.m.

Students currently learning remotely full-time do not need to participate in the survey if they wish to continue under Plan C. Additionally, students who are currently learning under the hybrid model do not need to response to the survey if they are are fine with an automatic transition to five days of face-to-face class.

“Gathering this information in advance will help with a smoother transition across the district, from the classrooms to transportation and child nutrition, should the BCS School Board vote to change learning plans at an upcoming meeting,” a district spokesperson stated.

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