Thursday, February 9, 2023

South Brunswick High School shifts to remote classes due to Covid-19 cluster

South Brunswick High School is switching to remote learning for two weeks.

BRUNSWICK COUNTY – All South Brunswick High students will learn remotely over the next two weeks, through March 5, after a Covid-19 cluster was identified within the building.

Brunswick County Health Services determined at least five Covid-19 cases were connected, meaning the school is considered the site of a cluster.

ServPro will deep clean the building Saturday and staff members are expected to return to the campus for work on Monday.

All sports and extracurriculars are either postponed or canceled during the remote period. In-person classes are scheduled to start again March 8.

“We ask that everyone please continue to practice the 3Ws of wearing a mask, waiting six feet apart when possible, and washing hands frequently while in the community so that we can all help decrease the impact of Covid-19 inside the school system,” a BCS spokesperson stated.

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Alexandria Sands
Alexandria Sands
Alexandria Sands is a journalist covering New Hanover County and education. Before Port City Daily, she reported for the award-winning State Port Pilot in Southport. She graduated from UNC Charlotte and wrote for several Charlotte publications while there. When not writing, Williams is most likely in the gym, reading or spending time with her Golden Pyrenees. Reach her at or on Twitter @alexsands_

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