Sunday, January 23, 2022

Tri-county schools check-in: NHCS hits 30-plus Covid-19 cases after several low weeks

(Port City Daily/file)

SOUTHEASTERN N.C. — New Hanover County Schools reported 35 Covid-19 cases last week and assigned 23 quarantines, according to the district’s online public dashboard. It’s the most cases since Oct. 11, when there were 38 cases reported.

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Elementary
Alderman Elementary — 2
Bellamy Elementary — 1
Bradley Creek Elementary — 4
Carolina Beach Elementary — 1
Castle Hayne Elementary —  1
Codington Elementary — 2
Eaton Elementary — 1
Freeman Elementary — 1
Holly Tree Elementary — 1
Johnson PreK Center — 1
Masonboro Elementary — 1
Sunset Park Elementary — 2
Winter Park Elementary — 1
Wrightsboro Elementary — 5

Middle
Holly Shelter Middle — 1
Murray Middle — 5
Trask Middle — 1
Williston Middle — 2

High
Ashley High — 1
Hoggard High — 1

Brunswick County Schools

Brunswick County Schools is reporting 75 active Covid-19 cases, including one in central services, as of Friday on its dashboard, and more than 300 assigned quarantines.

Elementary
Belville — 1
Bolivia Elementary — 3
Lincoln Elementary — 3
Southport Elementary — 9
Town Creek Elementary — 4
Union Elementary — 11
Jessie Mae Monroe — 9
Virginia Williamson Elementary — 6

Middle
Shallotte Middle — 6
Town Creek Middle — 1
Cedar Grove Middle — 7
Leland Middle — 1

Waccamaw School —1

High
North Brunswick High — 3
South Brunswick High — 5
West Brunswick High — 4

Pender County Schools

Pender County Schools reported seven Covid-19 cases and 40 quarantines for the week of Nov. 21-27, according to its latest report. One case was in the central office.

Elementary
Topsail Elementary — 1
Surf City Elementary — 1

Middle
Surf City Middle — 1

High
Heide Trask High — 2
Pender High — 1


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Alexandria Sands Williams
Alexandria Sands Williams is a journalist covering the City of Wilmington, education and film. Before Port City Daily, she spent a year in the quaint city of Southport reporting for the award-winning State Port Pilot. Prior to that, she wrote for several Charlotte publications while studying at UNC Charlotte. When not writing, Williams is most likely in the gym, reading or spending time with her Golden Pyrenees. Reach her at alexandria@localdailymedia.com or on Twitter @alexsands_

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