Dr. Jerry V. Congleton's School Re-Opening Message to Charger Community.
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The purpose of the Jump Start program is to reduce summer learning loss in a welcoming learning environment where children are engaged in learning with the most accomplished teachers in the district. The program is a combination of both face to face and virtual instruction designed to help students excel in targeted small groups.
The health, welfare, and safety of the students, staff, and community is of the utmost importance to Weldon City Schools. We have been taking the necessary steps to ensure that our schools are sanitized and disinfected on a consistent basis and especially during times of potential exposure to a coronavirus. The Governor of North Carolina continues to implement a three-phase approach to slowly lift restrictions while combating COVID-19. On June 24, 2020 Executive Order 147 was enacted which extended Phase 2 of reopening and added the requirement of face coverings in public places. ***Please Read Full Story***
Not feeling well? We're here to help. Use Check My Symptoms to find out if you are recommended to get tested for #COVID19 + find a testing site nearby. Go to ncdhhs.gov/symptoms. #StayStrongNC #WCSCHARGERPRIDE
The Weldon City Schools July Board of Education meeting will be Thursday, July 16, 2020. The meeting location is the Central Services at 301 Mulberry Street, Weldon, NC.**Please Click Read Full Story to Access Live Stream**
All youth under the age of 18 are eligible to receive free summer meals. The location will be Weldon Elementary Global Academy June 30, 2020, and July 6-23,2020, on Mondays through Thursdays.
REGISTER YOUR CHILD TODAY Complete the online interest form here to schedule your appointment. You will need your child’s Birth Certificate, Social Security Card, Immunization Record, and Proof of Residency.