During the January 4, 2021 Harnett County Board of Education meeting, the Board of Education approved for students to remain with remote learning until Monday, January 18th, for all students and staff.
Students will return to in-person instruction Tuesday, January 19th. Elementary students will continue to receive in-person instruction 4 days a week. Middle and high school students will continue on an A/B Schedule.
Wednesdays will continue to be a remote learning day for all students. Pre-Kindergarten will continue with five-day in-person instruction. Students who chose the all remote learning option will continue on the remote learning schedule. Pending the Governor’s executive order, middle and high school schedules will be reviewed.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6 - THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 2021
Students and Staff continue with remote instruction.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 2021
Teacher Workday - No school for students
MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 2021
Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday - School Closed
TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2021
Students return to In-person learning.
For further information and updates on the district’s reopening plan, please visit www.harnett.k12.nc.us.
Campbell University readily welcomes its community back for Spring 2021. They have prepared facilities to ensure the health and safety of the community as they navigate the reality of COVID-19. "As we gather for classes, meetings, worship, events, dining, and fellowship, we must care for our neighbors as we care for ourselves. Our new rhythms and policies are rooted in the spirit of community we know at Campbell."
To learn about the latest operational updates from Campbell University, visit www.campbell.edu/coronavirus/campbell-ready/.
Central Carolina Community College continues to monitor the developing COVID-19 situation. The college remains open to students and to the public. Masks are required to enter CCCC buildings. Many services are still available virtually.
For more informatoin on CCCC's COVID-19 response, visit https://www.cccc.edu/covid/spring-2021/.