Durham Public Schools Switches to Plan C Through Spring. Here’s Where Other Triangle Systems Stand
On Thursday night, Durham Public Schools’ Board of Education voted unanimously to stay in Plan C, meaning full-remote, through the remainder of this school year. “Our board’s decision will allow our students to stay with their current teachers for the duration of the school year,” said superintendent Pascal Mubenga. “We will be able to keep our students and staff safe while ensuring continuity of learning.”
Below, here’s where other public school systems in the Triangle are in in-person or remote instruction:
Wake County Public Schools System
As of Tuesday, students in grades kindergarten through 6th are slated to return to in-person learning on Jan. 20, with Jan. 18 being a holiday and Jan. 19 a teacher workday. That same week, students between grades 6-12 are coming back in a 3-week rotation.
Chapel Hill-Carrboro Schools
As of this week, Chapel Hill-Carrboro public school students are going back to Plan-B in March: elementary students return on March 1, middle school students come back on March 8, and high school students enter classrooms again on March 9.
Orange County Schools
Students are still on track for a Plan B return on Jan. 25 for all grade levels.
Franklin County Schools
Franklin County Schools’ students return to face-to-face instruction on Jan. 11.
Johnston County Schools
Franklin County Schools’ students return to face-to-face instruction on Jan. 19.