WJCC Schools is developing plans for the reopening of schools for the 2020-2021 school year. The return to learning will likely include a blend of face-to-face and virtual learning. The school division is using guidance from the Governor’s office, the Virginia Department of Education, and the CDC to work through the many logistical components to deliver high-quality instruction in safe and healthy ways.
Information and resources for summer learning and plans for the re-opening of schools will be posted on this page throughout the summer. WJCC Schools will also continue to send updates to families and staff through newsletters, phone calls, and email as plans are finalized.
Understandably, families will need plenty of time to arrange for childcare. Staff is working as quickly as possible and appreciates your patience and understanding as we redesign learning for all students.
WJCC Schools is adjusting the distribution schedule for free “Grab and Go” meals June 15 – August 31. Breakfast and lunch items will be given out Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 8-10 a.m. at the following schools:
- James River Elementary
- James Blair Middle
- Toano Middle
The last day for meal pick-up at Warhill High School will be June 29; distribution will continue at the other locations through August 31.
Williamsburg Area Transit Authority (WATA) will generously provide free rides to and from these school locations to allow families to receive “Grab and Go” meals.
“Grab and Go” Meal Locations:
- James River Elementary School, Front Entrance – WATA Route 1
- James Blair Middle School, Bus Parking Lot – WATA Route 2 & Route 5
- Toano Middle School, Front Entrance – WATA Route 9
This schedule is subject to change based on the number of meals distributed at each location.