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Lumberton, NC (WBTW) – Virtual learning in Robeson County will last for at least another month.
At a public school meeting of the Robeson County Board of Education on Tuesday night, the board unanimously passed Superintendent Freddie Williamson’s recommendation to extend virtual learning to everyone until February 16.
According to school district spokesman Glen Burnette III, the board will review the decision at the board meeting on February 9.
If students return to the classroom in mid-February, the A / B schedule will be from Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12. However, the district states that this is a fluid situation and can change depending on the COVID-19 indicators within the county.
You can find additional information on the district’s Facebook page, including links to surveys on the district’s upcoming operational plans. Must be completed by January 23rd.
Earlier this month, Lumberton’s UNC Health Southeast began offering the covid-19 vaccine to residents of Robeson County over the age of 75.
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