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Important information for  2020/2021 School Year

 

K-12 students & families who participate in the Wake County Public School's Virtual Academy will have an opportunity to join our community for additional help.  

We understand working parents may not be able to provide the time and resources needed to help their children be successful in public school this year.  We offer tailored education for your child's needs

At Bonner Academy, we will help your kids with their classwork, homework, and provide additional 1:1 tutoring to prepare students for what's to come. 

Covid-19 News From WCPSS:

July 21 - The district announced the delay of bringing students back on campus in Plan B. Instead, all students will begin the school year in online instruction. The first two weeks of school for all students will focus on orientation, meet and greet opportunities, and distribution of supplies. Students will not be initially divided into groups A, B, C during the first two weeks.

 

The first day of school for students’ online instruction: 

  • Week of August 3: Early College

  • August 13: Modified*

  • August 17: Traditional and Year-Round

*The start date for Modified calendar schools has been changed from Aug. 3 to Aug. 13.

View updated calendars.

During this transitional period, the district will focus on its readiness for welcoming students back on campus while also monitoring guidance from local and state health officials. 

 

As we prepare for students to return to campus, we will prioritize returning Pre-K and Regional Programs students on September 8 to daily classroom instruction, without weekly rotations.

 

More information on these programs will follow. Other students will transition to in-person instruction as soon as practical.

Cloth Face Coverings:

North Carolina requires a face covering of your choice for all employees, adult visitors, and middle and high school students when they are or may be within six feet of another person, including: 

 

  • inside school buildings and anywhere on school grounds, including outside; and
    while traveling on buses or other contract transportation vehicles.

  • A face covering must be secured safely over the nose, mouth, and under the chin.

  • State health officials strongly recommend face coverings for all people over the age of two.

 

Face coverings are not required for individuals who:

  • Cannot tolerate a face-covering due to developmental, medical, or behavioral health needs

  • Cannot wear one due to a sincerely held religious belief

  • Are “actively” eating or drinking

  • Are “strenuously exercising”

  • Are seeking to communicate with a hearing-impaired person in a way that requires the mouth to be visible

  • Have found that a face covering is impeding visibility to operate equipment or a vehicle

  • Are children whose parent, guardian, or responsible person has been unable to place a face-covering safely on the child’s face

 

Face coverings are an additional step to help slow the spread of COVID-19 when combined with everyday preventive actions and social distancing in public settings. 

Face coverings will be provided for students who do not have access to one. If given a reusable face covering, it is the responsibility of the family to wash it when needed and bring it back to reuse it.

 

Please also review face-covering best practices on the CDC website with your child and help them practice wearing face coverings appropriately for extended periods of time.

Handwashing

Handwashing is one of the best ways to protect yourself and your family from getting sick.

 

The CDC recommends everyone wash their hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds.

 

Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

 

Teachers will be teaching handwashing in the classroom, incorporating handwashing breaks into the school day, and reinforcing handwashing during key times throughout the school day such as before and after eating, using the restroom, and touching shared objects.

2020, Bonner Acadeny