The School District of Newberry County will no longer send non-close contact letters to parents informing them that a case of COVID-19 was identified in our schools. We will continue to inform parents if their child has been identified as a close contact (within 6 feet for 15 or more cumulative minutes). Please be reminded that you can access information regarding COVID-19 activity in our district on the COVID-19 Dashboard located on the District’s webpage. The School District of Newberry County continues to remind parents to self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms each morning prior to coming to school. If your child displays any of the following symptoms, tests positive, or is identified as a household contact or close contact, please complete the COVID-19 questionnaire located on your child’s school website and a school nurse will follow up with you. COVID-19 Symptoms: o Any one of these with or without fever: New or worsening cough Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing Loss of taste or smell o OR two (2) of the following: Sore throat Muscle Aches Chills Fatigue Headache Congestion or runny nose Diarrhea Nausea or vomiting It is important that we all maintain heightened awareness as it pertains to monitoring for symptoms, maintaining social distancing and wearing masks as any of us can be around a positive case in any situation in our lives and not know it. Thank you for your continued support of our school district. If you have any questions, please contact your child’s school nurse or Tricia Ulch, School Nurse Coordinator (803-321-2620).
The School District of Newberry County will host its annual Recruitment Fair on Saturday, February 20 from 9 am - 11 am at Mid-Carolina High School. All open positions are posted at www.teachatnewberry.com. All Attendees will be required to wear a mask and social distancing guidelines will be followed.
Hey parents! Do you stress about what to make your kids for lunch? Are you working from home while also playing the role of teacher, principal, and cook? Whether your kids are learning at home or at school, let your school take meal prep off your to-do list. Schools are now able to provide free meals to ALL children, regardless of household income, for the rest of the school year. Visit https://ncsdnutrition.com/ to view your schools’ menu.
The School District of Newberry County is considering a transition from a hybrid schedule to a 4-day in-person instructional schedule. The transition will occur in multiple phases, beginning with students in elementary grades and students with special learning needs. Please click the link below to respond to the Phased in Return Survey – https://forms.gle/fuS4iFjgrZ9fKb1c9 This survey will close on October 16, 2020. Please complete one survey per student.
If your student is attending Newberry One virtual school and would like to sign up for the Dental Access dental van please click the link below. https://www.dentalaccesscarolina.com/enroll/ to enroll
Toolkit Tip: Self screen your children before coming to school. If they have been a close contact of a positive case within 14 days or showing COVID-19 symptoms, please do not send them to school and contact your school nurse.
Parents of students in the School District of Newberry County are asked to complete one questionnaire per child to determine how they would like their child to return to school for the 2020-2021 school year. Option 1 allows parents the choice of sending their child to school on a Hybrid schedule – meeting in person 2 days per week and eLearning 3 days per week. Option 2 is for parents who wish to have their child participate in the Newberry ONE Institute for eLearning, a completely online option for a semester at a time. The questionnaire can be found at https://bit.ly/SDNCLearningPref and must be submitted prior to midnight on July 28, 2020.
Nuestro distrito continúa monitoreando el emergente brote de coronavirus. Trabajaremos en estrecha colaboración con nuestros contactos en el Departamento de Salud y Control Ambiental de Carolina del Sur (SC DHEC) para mantenernos informados de cualquier evolución de los casos confirmados en los Estados Unidos e implementar cualquier recomendación o de guía estrategias del CDC oSC DHEC según se determinen. Si bien este virus no ha afectado a nuestra área en la actualidad, DHEC y CDC tienen grandes recursos disponibles para que los padres y miembros de la comunidad aprendan sobre el virus, los síntomas, las medidas preventivas y los casos confirmados actuales. Como siempre, animamos a todos a practicar el lavado adecuado de manos, cubrir la boca y la nariz al toser o estornudar y quedarse en casa si está enfermo. Todos trabajamos juntos y ayudaremos a disminuir la propagación de gérmenes. Para estar al día sobre esta situación siempre cambiante, vaya a: https://scdhec.gov/COVID19
Our district continues to monitor the emerging novel coronavirus outbreak. We will work closely with our contacts at the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SC DHEC) to stay informed of any developments of confirmed cases in the US and implement any recommendations or guidelines from the CDC or SC DHEC as they are determined. While this virus has not affected our area at present, DHEC and CDC have great resources available for parents and community members to learn about the virus, symptoms, preventative measures and current confirmed cases. As always, we encourage everyone to practice proper handwashing, cover mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing and stay home if ill. It is all of us working together that will help decrease the spread of germs. To stay up to date on this ever-changing situation, go to:https://scdhec.gov/COVID19
We are looking forward to our Black History Month Assembly on Friday, February 21st at 1:00. We hope to see you there!
Fundraiser orders are due on October 1st! Thank you all so much for your support.
Early Release September 18. Please check with your school for dismissal times.
Parents of Returning Students, when completing online registration you will need your child's snap code. Please check your email or feel free to call the school to get this information. Completing this prior to registration days will make your process much faster.
Registration will be July 31st from 8 to 1, and August 1st from 1 to 6. Please register your child online at www.boundarystreet.org using your child's snap code. If you need this code, contact the school. Everyone should still attend registration with your proofs of residence.
Is your child registered to start school in August? If not, all you need is their snap code and the link below. Call the school and we can give or email you the snap code number. https://secure.infosnap.com/family/message?code=actionprivate
Just a reminder that online registration is now open. If you did not receive your child's code to register, please call the school at 803-321-2616. Enjoy your summer!