Some Elizabeth City-Pasquotank schools move to virtual classes due to staffing issues

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UPDATE: On January 10, ECPPS announced that River Road Middle School would be moving to remote learning on Tuesday, January 11 because of staff absences due to COVID-19.


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ELIZABETH CITY, N.C. (WAVY) — Staffing absences due to COVID-19 have forced two Elizabeth City-Pasquotank County Schools (ECPPS) to follow a remote learning schedule Friday.

The school division made the announcement Thursday on social media. The schools learning remotely are Northeastern High School and Pasquotank County High School.

Other schools will not learn remotely Friday.

All home and away athletic games and activities set to take place Friday, Saturday and/or Sunday will also be rescheduled.

Meals will be available for pick-up at each high school from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday.

Principals will connect with staff and students to give specific details about remote learning and meal pick-up.

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