Brunswick Co. Schools set schedule for 2012-2013

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Submitted: Tue, 05/08/2012 - 11:54am
Updated: Tue, 05/08/2012 - 2:30pm

BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — Brunswick County Schools has announced new instructional school day times for the 2012-2013 school year.

Elementary Instructional Day: 8 a.m.-3 p.m.

Middle School Instructional Day: 8:10 a.m.-3:10 p.m.

High School: 7:50 a.m.-2:50 p.m.

For more information about the Brunswick County School District, click here


  • Guest1971 says:

    Middle & High School students have been riding the same buses for several years.

    Some parents are never going to be happy with the schedule for the schools. This year’s schedule worked great but a vocal minority of parents had to whine and get it changed.

  • Guest1 says:

    Wow, now how are you going to get enough bus drivers to drive all of those buses for three separate grade levels? Oh, you are probably going to make sixth grade children (an 11 year old ) ride with a 12th grade student (could be as old as 20). Nice!

    Glad to see they are doing what is best for the students!

    Brunswick County Schools is a joke.

  • Outspoken parent says:

    The next School Board meeting is Nov 8th at 6pm…the following meeting is December 4th. Speak out!

  • Guest1 says:

    BCSs needs to make known the amount of discipline issues there were between high and middle school students during the four or five years they tried the idea.

    Why did they change the schedule to begin the with? It was not to save fuel, they added 30% more busing with the new schedule. It wasn’t to make scheduling less of an overlap for HS students , tutoring and activities kept those kids there past 6:00.

    Again, Brunswick County Schools and the leadership within is a joke. Maybe Swirly Babson got the idea by watching the Discovery Channel (remember, she believes that kids are behind because they don’t watch it enough).

  • Guestlms02 says:

    Agree!!! There was less traffic in Leland during the morning hour with this schedule. Next year watch out more traffic back up. School board shall have left the schedule the same.

  • Guest2020 says:

    Please provide information that the majority of parents favored the staggered school schedule. Everyone I talked to about it was against it. For the families where both parents work and the children went to different schools, it was a nightmare. A lot of parents have to rely on their high school aged children to look after the elementary school aged children in the afternoons and that is not possible with the high school students getting out an hour later.

    My daughter is a junior this year and when she was in sixth grade the buses were transporting middle school and high school students at that time. Neither schedule changes that.

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