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  • 2020 Enhanced Learning Mini-Grants Announcement

    The Surry County Schools Educational Foundation is excited to announce the recipients of the 2020 Enhanced Learning Mini-Grants! Six mini-grants were awarded this fall to an administrator and to teachers at five different schools.

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  • Mask the Valley!

    Every community has something that makes it a special place, different from the rest. We are very blessed in the Yadkin Valley, where so many things make this such a wonderful place to live, work, and play: our waters, trails, farmland, arts, and most of all... our people. With an unwavering sense of

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  • Surry County Schools Announces Return to Learn Plan B Effective September 21st

    Tuesday, September 8, during its regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting, the Surry County Board of Education voted to begin face-to-face instruction for students under the Surry County Schools Plan B effective Monday, September 21, 2020. Plan B is a return to learn in a blended/hybrid model with a combination of some face-to-face instruction with limited density in school buildings with enhanced health and safety protocols and some remote instruction.

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  • Plan B - Face-to-Face Blended/Hybrid Instruction (English/Spanish)

    Beginning September 21 schools will be operating on regular school hours for all school employees. Students will have a modified school day beginning at 8:00 AM and ending at 2:00 PM. Teachers will work with students who may have questions during remote learning or who need remediation between 2:00 - 3:30 PM.

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  • Surry County School Nutrition Will Continue to Offer Free Meals

    Surry County School Nutrition is proud to announce the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has extended free meals for children ages 1-18 through December 31, 2020, enabling summer meal programs providing free breakfasts and free lunches to continue operating. What this means for students in the Surry County School System is that the free, USDA meal services families benefited from during the spring and summer of 2020 will continue.

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  • Tee Time On Your Time: Surry County Schools Educational Foundation Golf Tournament Has Different Format, Same Mission

    The Surry County Schools Educational Foundation 10th Annual Academic Golf Classic will look a bit different this year. Due to current restrictions on large events, the Foundation is creating a new way to support education this year – choose your day to play at your convenience. The dates for the tournament, sponsored by Surry Insurance, are September 26 – October 11, and the tournament will be held

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  • Surry County Schools Hit Another Milestone With the Highest Graduation Rate in History at 93.8%

    Surry County Schools hit another milestone with the highest graduation rate in Surry County Schools’ history at 93.8 percent. The four-year cohort graduation rate was reported by Public Schools of North Carolina yesterday. Last year, Surry County Schools celebrated what was then the highest graduation rate in the district’s history at 93 percent.

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  • Online Free and Reduced Meal Applications Now Available

    Families may apply online for their children to receive free or reduced price school meals. Online applications will be sent form a secure website directly to SCS School Nutrition. No need to worry about filling out a paper form that could be lost or misplaced. The on-line application is easy, secure and convenient! Families that receive Food and Nutrition Services (FNS or Food Stamps) benefits are directly certified.

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