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CMS superintendent to recommend Plan A next week for middle, high schools

March 19. Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent Earnest Winston will present a recommendation for moving middle and high school students to Plan A (minimal social distancing) to the CMS board at their meeting this coming Tuesday.

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That recommendation is likely to mirror the current Plan A for elementary schools, with students whose families opt for them to receive in-person instruction assigned to one group that attends in-person four days each week.

The board already agreed to the four-day in-person schedule under Plan A for elementary students, which is expected to start Monday. Under the current reopening plan, most middle schoolers and students in high school are rotating in classrooms two days per week. Wednesdays are remote-only learning at CMS.

If the board approves Winston’s recommendation, communication to CMS staff, families, and students will be shared immediately following action adopted by the Board.

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One Response to “CMS superintendent to recommend Plan A next week for middle, high schools”

  1. Can someone explain, with factual evidence, the need for Wednesdays to be virtual?

    Posted by Dan Wold | March 20, 2021, 8:42 am

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