Union County Public Schools move to Plan C Jan. 4 - 8
The Board of Education held an emergency meeting Wednesday, Dec. 30 to receive a return to school/work update. Senior leaders discussed a plan to proactively assess COVID-19 data that have been reported during winter break.
In consultation with the Union County Health Department, staff made a recommendation to move all schools and office buildings to Plan C next week. This will allow school staff to analyze COVID-19 reporting data pertinent to employees and students.
The Board of Education approved the decision for all students and staff to work remotely Jan. 4 – 8.
As a reminder, Monday, Jan. 4 is a Teacher Workday and schools on the traditional schedule will resume classes Jan. 5. Union County Early College students will begin classes on Jan. 4.
All school buildings and offices will reopen on Monday, Jan. 11 and students will follow their assigned schedule for second semester. In addition, the UCPS After School Program will resume Monday, Jan. 11.
Principals will follow up with families and provide additional information for remote learning schedules.
As a reminder, if your child has tested positive for COVID-19 or has been exposed to someone who tested positive, please report this information to your school nurse or principal as soon as possible.