Alamance-Burlington School Board Discusses Remote Learning Options
Tuesday, members of the Alamance Burlington School Board discussed instructional plans for students who are quarantined at home because they either have COVID-19 or they have been exposed to someone who has the virus. The school board reviewed two plans at yesterday’s special meeting, but the board members did not vote on implementation. One of the plans provides virtual instruction and would be used for students if remote learning is needed on a full-time basis. The other plan utilizes the remote option if a student is in quarantine because of COVID-19 exposure. At of the end of last week the school system had 206 students with COVID. Superintendent Bruce Benson wants the board to have a remote learning plan in place before October 4. The board will meet again Monday.