Franklin County Schools Plan A, Plan B and Plan C

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  • To provide students, teachers, and staff members with the greatest protections possible moving forward, North Carolina’s government required the state’s school districts to develop three plans that created different learning environments in response to the status of COVID-19.

    The result was Plan A, Plan B, and Plan C:


    Plan A: Daily in-person instruction with minimal social distancing
    •All students will attend their schools at the same time.
    •Face coverings will be required at all times.
    •Measures will be in place to check on student safety, including temperature checks, daily health checks, and social distancing.


    Plan B: Blended instruction with moderate social distancing
    •Reduce student face-to-face attendance by at least 50%.
    •Social distancing of 6 feet required, with the exception of school buses.
    •Face coverings required at all times.
    •Measures are in place to check on student safety, including temperature checks, daily health checks, and social distancing.


    Plan C: Fully remote/online instruction
    •All students learn remotely, utilizing technology.
    •Packets may be provided as needed, but they are not the preferred method for instruction.

     

    A more detailed explanation of each plan is found in the PDF files below: