GREENSBORO, N.C. — Many Piedmont Triad school districts are working to make a final decision about their reopening plans for the new academic year.
However, many school districts still need to vote on their reopening school plans. At least one school system has already announced its reopening plan.
Here’s a list of where school systems are in the process:
- Alamance-Burlington Schools announced they'll reopen under an A-B day schedule.
- Guilford County Schools is still discussing many options and holding several meetings.
- Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools is expected to vote on a plan within the next few days.
- Rockingham County Schools announced it will begin the new year with remote learning.
- Davidson County Schools is reviewing three different plans but hasn’t said which one they’ll follow when it comes to reopening.
- Stokes County Schools announced it will begin the new year with remote learning before transitioning to an A-B day schedule.
- Surry County Schools will announce plans at their school board meeting on Monday, July 20.
- Randolph County Schools said they’ll announce plans at their school board meeting on Monday, July 20.