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  • Updated 4/16/21 

    Chromebook Check-up for NWEA MAP Test

    On April 21 Cohort R (remote) students will take the NWEA MAP test in the cafeteria starting at 9:55am.

    On April 22, face to face (Cohort D) students will take the NWEA MAP test in their 1st block (Math) and 3rd block (Reading).

    In preparation for this test, students should check their device compatibility. Directions can be found here: NWEA Student Guide. On the day of testing, students should access the NWEA Student Guide again to get their testing details. Students must join the appropriate Teams meeting according to their last name in order to test. If students have questions about upcoming NWEA MAP testing, they should email Jamie Davis at davisj4@gcsnc.com.

     

    Graduation Update

    Guilford County has announced that we will have an in-person graduation, June 8th at 8:00pm at the Greensboro Coliseum. Masks will be required, and ceremonies will follow state public health protocols. Program participants and guests must wear a mask. To accommodate social distancing, each graduate will be allotted five tickets. Guests of graduates must remain seated and be seated together. Doors will open 45 minutes prior to each ceremony. Parking is free.

     

    New Routine to Begin Monday, April 19th

    GCS students will learn in-person five days per week starting on Monday, April 19.

    The change also affects...high school students who currently attend school on a hybrid schedule, with two days of in-person instruction and three days of remote instruction each week.

    Secondary school students who are enrolled in a virtual school or who learn remotely through their home schools will remain on that plan through the end of the year. The district is not accepting new requests for in-person learning. Starting April 19, students will either attend virtually or in-person five days per week.

     

    Early Dismissals:

    The attendance office is receiving a large volume of phone call to have students dismissed early. If you know ahead of time that your child has a scheduled appointment, please write a note and send it with your child on the day that they need to leave early. The student can come by the attendance office first thing in the morning to receive an official early dismissal slip. If your child becomes ill during the day or an emergency arises, we know you will be unable to send a note. Please contact the attendance office at 336-674-4304 to have your child dismissed. Following this procedure will help us keep classroom interruptions to a minimum. 

    Also, students will not be dismissed from class after 4:10 unless they have previously received an official note from attendance.

     

    IMPORTANT: Registration (Remote Students)

    Remote students need to register for 2021-2022 classes. Please go to the Counseling webpage or Canvas page to schedule your appointment for registration. Don't forget to fill out the form before your appointment. 

     

    Updates:

    College and Career Readiness Assessment

    High School Students: Guilford County School & Career and Technical Education is excited to provide you with an opportunity to help you make decisions about careers and life after high school.  Your career assessment and interest finder assessment results will suggest career fields, including salaries and college options and opportunities you can explore now.  Also, your results will suggest multiple CTE pathways available at your school.  This student-driven activity is meant to show you the best options and opportunities in helping you achieving both secondary and post-secondary high school ambitions. Assessments will be continuous throughout the 2021 school year.

    Interested students should speak with Mr. Haywood Stukes at SEHS. 336-674-4300 ext. 1208 or stukesh@gcsnc.com.

     

    Bus Riders

    If your student is a bus rider, please have them download the Here Comes the Bus app so that your student will get live updates of when their bus is 10 minutes away, pulling in to their stop, or if there was a bus number change.

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