Wake County Public Schools vote to continue online only classes through mid-February

From WSJ Staff Reports

The Wake County Public School System Board of Education voted Thursday, to move to keep students in remote-only classes until mid-February.

The vote was 7-2. The motion was opposed by board members Roxie Cash and Karen Carter.

Superintendent Cathy Moore is expected to lay out a revised plan for second semester.

The recommendation is expected to include staying in remote-only learning until at least mid-February. At that point, the board would reconvene to determine if and how schools could begin welcoming students back inside the classroom.

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