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  • Two Hour Delay on January 24

    All Sampson County Schools will operate on a two-hour delay tomorrow, Monday, January 24 for all students and all staff, including district office staff.

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  • COVID Release Letter from Health Department

    Effective today, January 19, 2022, letters from the Sampson County health department for SCS staff and students to return to school after COVID isolation or quarantine will no longer be needed IF................READ MORE

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  • Pandemic-EBT Benefits Issued

    The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services announced on January 6, 2022, it will issue the first round of Student Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer benefits next week for students eligible between the months of September and November 2021. Eligible students will receive $7.10 for each day spent.......................READ MORE

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  • Pause for Awards Ceremonies, Talent Shows, Large Events with Visitors

    With COVID-19 numbers steadily increasing, all schools will be pausing in-person awards ceremonies, talent shows, and other large events with visitors (excludes athletic events) .....................READ MORE

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  • Board Votes on Mask Policy

    At its January 13 Emergency Called Board meeting, the Sampson County Board of Education modified its mask policy from optional to mandatory masks effective Friday, January 14, for all schools including Sampson Early College High School..................READ MORE

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  • UPDATE to COVID-19 Procedures

    With updates made by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS) on December 30, 2021, to the StrongSchoolsNC Public Health Toolkit based on the CDC's recommendation to reduce isolation and quarantine times from 10-days to 5-days, and with oversight provided on January 6, 2022..............READ MORE

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  • COVID-19 Updates As We Welcome the New Year 2022

    Welcome to the new year! While 2022 will present many unknowns, we still have much to look forward to and celebrate. We have our community and each other! We are aware that there are many ongoing questions regarding how the district should respond to the ongoing pandemic and the newest Omicron variant. Regionally and............READ MORE

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