Cabarrus County School Board talks about moving back to plan C in heated meeting

Cabarrus County school board has intense debate about moving back to plan C

CABARRUS COUNTY, N.C. — On Tuesday night, Cabarrus County Schools discussed moving back to plan C (full remote) learning as a result of an increase in community spread of COVID-19.

No action was taken at the special meeting that prompted a passionate debate between school board members.

>> Watch more from the heated meeting in the video at the top of this webpage.

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As of now, students will continue with plan B, which is a mix of in-person and remote learning.

The Cabarrus Health Alliance made the recommendation to the board to move to plan C. The superintendent of the school district said he supports the health officials’ recommendation.

School officials will further address the decision when new board members join in December.

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