WS/FCS high school students return to in-person learning Monday
The return to in-person learning continues Monday as the last phase of students to start in-person learning begins their return to school. Students in grades 10, 11 and 12 will begin returning in cohorts to classrooms all across Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools. This marks the end of the WS/FCS phased re-entry plan as students from every grade now have the opportunity to be in school for instruction.
All other grade levels returned to in-person learning earlier in the school year. About 60% of 10-12 graders say they will return to buildings.
There will be a mix of remote and in-person learning, with no students in buildings on Wednesdays to allow for cleaning and planning for teachers.
Members of the media are invited to visit Carver High School on Monday at 9:30 a.m. to cover the first day back for students. Everyone should report to the office after arriving on campus and will be asked to follow all safety protocols including wearing a mask, screening, and social distancing.
If you would like to visit Carver, please contact Chris Runge at WS/FCS Marketing & Communications for a more precise schedule, information, and to coordinate coverage.
More detailed information about Our Safe Return to school, including an in-depth look at our procedures can be found in our Reopening Manual on the Our Safe Return page of our website.
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