Elizabeth City-Pasquotank School Board to limit virtual learning to students with documented medical need

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ELIZABETH CITY, N.C. (WAVY) — The Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Board of Education held an emergency meeting Thursday night to discuss extending the district’s virtual plan. At the meeting, the superintendent recommended to not offer the extended virtual learning and the board unanimously approved.

This means the school district will continue to limit virtual learning to students with a documented medical need. You can view details of the virtual learning resources at this link.

The board’s next meeting will be on September 27. Public comment will be available.

The district has reported 33 coronavirus cases across its schools over the past two weeks.

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