The Safe and Steady Transition to In-Person Learning for All Students
WJCC Schools plans for all students to transition to a blended learning format (remote and in-person learning) during the coming weeks and months.
To help families prepare, the division is releasing its long-term plan for the phased return of all students to school buildings. This schedule could change at any time based on health information, the number of positive COVID-19 cases connected to our schools, or guidance from the State or Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Read more »
Elementary School Schedule Adjustments for November 23-24
In-person learning days for elementary school students are changing for the week of Thanksgiving. Monday, November 23 will be a BLUE in-person learning day for students with a last name beginning with A-L. Tuesday, November 24, will be a GREEN in-person learning day for students with last names begin with M-Z. The adjustment ensures that all students who have returned to school buildings will have the opportunity for live face-to face instruction that week. The current schedule will resume following the Thanksgiving holiday.
Bus Routes and Transportation Needs
Bus stop information for elementary school students is available on the school division website. To assist with route mapping for middle and high schools, families should complete a transportation needs acknowledgment indicating whether or not your child will ride the bus while schools are on Path 3. Watch your email for a link to the form.
WJCC Schools Virtual Academy Update
Virtual Academy students who are struggling academically or who are experiencing social-emotional issues may transition out of the year-long program for the second semester. Parent/guardians are required to submit an enrollment change acknowledgement. Find out how »
How Will I Know If Someone at My Child’s School Has COVID-19?
The Virginia High School League (VHSL) is planning for student athletes to begin practice and athletic competitions in December. The VHSL released new guidelines last week following an executive order from Governor Northam easing some restrictions on recreational sports. Read more »