Will CMS go back to school?
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) – In less than one week thousands of Charlotte Mecklenburg school families will be sending their children back to school, inside the classroom. But they won’t be going back full time. Elementary students are returning only on a rotating schedule. They’re either group A or group B.
How do I register my child for CMS?
In order to enroll in CMS as a new student, you’ll need these documents:A new student enrollment form.A copy of your child’s birth certificate.Proof of residency.Safe Schools Declaration.Immunization records.Health assessment.
What is CMS Plan B?
On Wednesday night, the CMS board approved a plan for students to go back to in-person instruction. CMS voted to phase students into Plan B, which includes remote and in-person learning. The vote passed 6-3. When CMS transitions to Plan B, not all grades will return to the classroom at the same time.
How many days can CMS students miss?
In the CMS calendar, that means 18 or more absences. Parents start to run afoul of the compulsory attendance law when students ages 7 to 16 accumulate 10 unexcused absences. Absences are excused when students miss school because of medical problems or death in the family, as long as there’s a note from home.
Are Charlotte schools reopening?
School board members have approved reopening classrooms to students as early as Oct. 12. Some students with special needs will return earlier, starting Sept. If the spread of COVID-19 doesn’t worsen locally, CMS guidelines call for more students to gradually return every three weeks.
Are Mecklenburg Schools opening?
Opening schools We will open the 2020-2021 school year Aug. 17 with fully remote learning under the CMS Plan C. This plan is designed to address worsening COVID-19 conditions and was an option given to districts by N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper in a statewide announcement July 14.
How many excused absences are allowed in a school year NC?
10 unexcused absences