remote learning

At 12:07 am, in the wee hours of the morning, the Concord School Board voted on remote learning starting September 8th. After an almost 6 hour meeting, the vote was unanimously in favor of remote learning(9-0).

At-risk children, those without internet, who need special services, and those students with IEPs will be accommodated in the building as much as possible. They are also looking at exceptions for those students who cannot be at home alone due to parents that need to work. Currently the school is still working on the logistics of how this part of the program will function. While in the building, all students and staff will need to wear masks and practice social distancing.

Watch the school board meeting here, provided by Concord TV: