3,500 students enroll in remote learning for Brunswick County Schools

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BRUNSWICK COUNTY (WWAY) — According to Brunswick County Schools, about 3,500 students have enrolled to participate in remote learning for a full semester this fall.

The district says this means roughly 9,000 students would return to the class room after 4.5 weeks of remote learning to begin the 2020-21 school year.

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The deadline to sign up for remote learning was Thursday, July 23rd.

According to Brunswick County Schools spokesperson Daniel Seamans, “The information is being used to develop the best A/B Plan where students rotate face to face and remote learning instruction,”

Seamans said. “Superintendent Dr. Jerry L. Oates will present the A/B DAY Plan to the school board at the August 4 Board of Education meeting for consideration to put the A/B Day Plan in place after the initial 4.5 weeks of remote instruction.”

You can read more about the Brunswick County Schools back to school plan here.