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School relocations announced in New Hanover County, some temporary, some until further notice

New Hanover County Schools has announced temporary relocations for four of its schools.

New Hanover County Schools has announced relocations for some of its elementary school students due to building damage incurred during Hurricane Florence. (Port City Daily photo/Johanna Ferebee)
New Hanover County Schools has announced relocations for some of its elementary school students due to building damage incurred during Hurricane Florence. (Port City Daily photo/Johanna Ferebee)

NEW HANOVER COUNTY — Some students will be shuffled around in New Hanover County once school restarts this week following the devastation of Hurricane Florence. Due to building damage caused by Florence, some New Hanover County Schools (NHCS) locations are still in need of repair.

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Students that regularly attend College Park Elementary School, Castle Hayne Elementary School, Mary C. Williams Elementary School, and the International School at Gregory will attend alternative campuses.

Some relocations appear temporary, while other students will be relocated for an undetermined amount of time.

Relocations

On Monday, NHCS announced the following relocations:

College Park Elementary School students will begin classes on Oct. 8.

Castle Hayne Elementary School students will begin classes Oct. 4.

Mary C. Williams Elementary School students will begin classes Oct. 4.

  • All Mary C. Williams Elementary School students will be relocated to Codington Elementary School.
  • These students’ approximate end date at Codington Elementary School will be Friday, Oct. 12.

International School at Gregory students will begin classes on Oct. 4.

  • All International School at Gregory students will be relocated to Snipes Academy.
  • These students’ approximate end date at Snipes Academy is Friday, Oct. 12.

Unless otherwise stated, relocations will remain in effect until further notice.

Meanwhile  in Brunswick County, where students have been out of school for nearly a month, no official restart date has been announced.


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