• Update 3-30-2020

    Posted by MELISSA FUTRELL on 3/30/2020 4:30:00 PM

    Good evening Currituck County Schools Families. Tomorrow, March 31st, teachers will begin providing new remote learning opportunities for students.These opportunities will use various media and formats like video conferencing, print material, online material, or even learning management systems such as Google Classroom. Students of all levels and abilities will be reached through excellent instructional and educational support. Our teachers have worked hard to design learning opportunities that will best expose students to the remaining standards for each grade level and content area course Kindergarten through 12th grade. We are acutely aware of the importance that these learning opportunities have in preparing students for the next grade level or course in a sequence at the high school level. As such, we strongly encourage students to engage in these opportunities.

    Our district website has an FAQ document that we will continue to update throughout this school closure. We encourage parents to reference it as needed. Also on our webpage you will find separate student expectations and school contact information for both elementary and secondary students. Please hover the COVID-19 label at the top of our district webpage and then click on Remote Learning Effective 3-30-2020 to access these resources.
    As always, if you have any questions or concerns regarding remote learning please reach out to your child's teacher first and then the school. Please note that schools are operating with limited personnel so response time for returning phone calls may be slower than usual. Teachers will also be fielding a higher volume of emails and messages, so please be patient as we all do our best to respond within 24-48 hours of calls, messages, and emails.
    We cannot thank you enough for your continued support and patience as we venture into our new remote learning plan. 


    Renee Dowdy
    Assistant Superintendent, Secondary Education
    Currituck County Schools
    2958 Caratoke Hwy
    Currituck, NC 27929
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  • March 18, 2020 Message

    Posted by MELISSA FUTRELL on 3/18/2020 4:30:00 PM
    Good afternoon Currituck County Schools' Families. We hope this message finds you well. We know what a difficult time this has been for each of you. The challenges have certainly been no different for us. This message has a few important items of information for our families. First, we are so pleased to let you know that over 742 meals were picked up at our "grab and go" sites throughout our community on our first day of the "Meals on Wheels" program! Please be reminded that any child between the ages of 1 and 18 are eligible to receive a meal at no cost. We encourage all of our families to take advantage of this opportunity.
    Next, our dedicated teachers, teacher assistants, administrators and other instructional staff have worked diligently to create learning opportunities for students and parents to access during our school closure. These learning plans are designed to be a review of material and content that students have already been taught. These activities do not include any new instruction and will not be collected. We encourage students and parents to access the materials online on our district website. All learning plans will be posted by 10am tomorrow, March 19th. Paper copies of these learning plans are also available at each school for pick up and may be delivered upon request at our meal sites. The purpose of providing these activities is to help students maintain their current level of performance and retain as much learning as possible. If you have questions regarding the learning plans, please contact your child's school directly.
    We will continue to provide all of our families with updates and information as soon as it becomes available. We continue to appreciate your grace and patience as we all navigate this unprecedented event together.
    Thank you.
    Renee Dowdy
    Assistant Superintendent, Secondary Education
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  • Meals on Wheels

    Posted by MELISSA FUTRELL on 3/17/2020

    Meals on Wheels

    Our School Nutrition Department will serve breakfast and lunch to all children that live in Currituck County, ages 1-18. These meals are at no cost and will be available as long as our schools are closed due to the Governor's Executive Order. 

    Children that want a meal can come to any one of the pick-up locations listed below and receive a meal at no cost.

     Meals will include lunch for the day as well as breakfast for the following morning! Meals will be on site at each location from 11:00-12:30 each day.


    Meal Locations:

    Knotts Island Elementray School 413 Woodleigh Road

    Gibbs Woods Community Center 332 East Gibbs Rd

    Carolina Village 111 Universal Circle

    Ranchland 100 Ranchland Dr

    Moyock Middle School 216 Survey Rd

    Wedgewood Lakes 106 Wedgewood Blvd

    Ponderosa Parking Lot Bens Bonanza

    Currituck County High School 4203 Caratoke Hwy

    Coinjock Boat Ramp 482 Waterlily Rd

    Griggs Elementary School 261 Poplar Branch Rd

    Waterview Shores Subdivision Waterview Dr

    Walnut Island Walnut Island Blvd

    Soundside Park 8955 Caratoke Hwy

    Jarvisburg Elementary School 110 Jarvisburg Rd 

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  • March 14, 2020 Message

    Posted by MELISSA FUTRELL on 3/14/2020

    Governor Roy Cooper called for all schools to close effective Monday, March 16th through March 30th.

    Currituck County Schools had already made the decision to declare Monday, March 16th, a teacher workday to prepare in the event school was cancelled for an extended period of time. Tentatively, all schools will be open Monday for parents and students to come in and pick up any personal items or devices they may have left at school. This may change.

    We will be sending additional information out after we receive a briefing from the State Superintendent's Office tomorrow afternoon. It is our hope that the preparations you, our dedicated staff, have been making will lessen the instructional loss during this extended closure. Again, we will provide all of you as well as our families with more information once we receive further guidance.

    Thank you,
    Renee Dowdy
    Assistant Superintendent, Secondary Education
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  • March 13, 2020 Message

    Posted by MELISSA FUTRELL on 3/13/2020

    Good evening Currituck County Schools' Staff, Students, and Parents. Currituck County Schools continues to receive updates and guidance from the office of the governor as well as state and local health officials about the coronavirus. Currituck County Schools has made the decision to declare Monday, March 16th, a required workday for all staff. Students will not report to school on Monday. This day will be used for all staff to prepare virtual learning protocols and activities should our district need to close for an extended period of time. This day will also be used to continue our efforts to sanitize classrooms, restrooms, buses and high frequency touch points in all of our buildings.

    A decision to close Currituck County Schools has not been made at this time. The Governor's Office and the State Department of Health and Human Services held a conference with all state superintendents and board of education chairs this afternoon recommending that schools not close at this time. This however, remains a rapidly changing event, and we want to adequately prepare in the event we can utilize virtual learning protocols to lessen instructional loss during an extended school closure.
    We will continue to update all staff, students, and parents as necessary. We appreciate your support as we all navigate this unprecedented event.

    Renee Dowdy
    Assistant Superintendent, Secondary Education
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