Q: Will the district assist in providing internet access?
Q: Will my child be required to wear a face covering?
Q: Can my student bring water to school?
Q: What are the bus safety protocols?
Q: What are the responsibilities of parents/guardians?
Q: What instructional models will BCPS offer?
Q: Will all of my children be able to receive Face-to-Face Instruction on the same days?
Q: How will students learn from home?
Q: How will attendance be tracked for online learning?
Q: What are the expectations for Virtual Dress Code/Etiquette?
Q: What will PE, Art, Music, and Band look like?
Q: How will car riders' temperatures be checked?
Q: Will there be a football season this year?
Q: Will students who utilize Full Distance/Remote Learning still be able to participate in student clubs and sports?
Q: What are the rules for how long children may be left unattended?
Q: Will visitors be allowed into the building?
Q: What happens when a child, staff member, or visitor becomes sick at school?
Q: What precautionary measures will be taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19?
Q: How do I request a change of schedule format for my student?
Q: How will students with Individualized Education Plans/Special Needs be accommodated through Distance/Remote Learning?
Q: How will 504 plans be accommodated through Distance/Remote Learning?
Q: Will all students receive devices?
Q: How will my student be able to receive their medication while on campus?
Q: If my student is 100% virtual, how will they receive meals?
Waynesboro Primary School pickup is at the entrance on Olympic Drive.
Blakeney Elementary School pickup is at the entrance on Olympic Drive.
SGA Elementary School pickup is on the right side of the school where the buses load.
Burke County Middle School pickup is on the left side of the school at the gymnasium entrance.
Burke County High School pickup is at the bus dock on the backside of the school.
Upon arrival at the school, you will be asked to provide your child(ren)'s name and current school enrollment. This is in an effort to reduce duplicate distribution of boxes.
Burke County will provide meal boxes to any children ages 0-18 who are NOT participating in the hybrid (A/B) schedule. The boxes are for 100% VIRTUAL STUDENTS that are not coming to school. If students are coming to school for the hybrid schedule, they should have already received their take-home meals the previous day at school and are not eligible to pick up a box.
Any children 0-18 who are not in school may also pick up a box. This means children from birth to age 18 are qualified. HOWEVER, if your child goes to any of the daycares listed below, they cannot pick up a box. This is because they already get meals at their daycare.
This is the list of daycares that participate in the Child and Adult Food Care Program and any children attending these daycares would not be eligible to pick up a virtual meal box.
The boxes will contain 5 days’ worth of meals. They will include 5 breakfasts, 5 lunches, and 5 suppers. There will be refrigerated items in the boxes so it is important to unpack them as soon as possible.
In consideration of the time and temperature control required by the weekly food boxes, we will no longer be able to deliver the boxes. Instead, the boxes must be picked up at one of the five Burke County Schools. We understand that this may be an inconvenience due to lack of transportation. Therefore, we will allow a family member or friend to pick up your student’s box on your behalf each Friday. September 18th box will be the last box delivered to homes.
Please contact your School Nutrition Manager or the School Nutrition Office if you have questions. (706) 554-5393.
Q: What meals will be provided for students who come to school on the A/B schedule?
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