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Welcome to NCH Parent University!
Your one-stop shop for all things related to remote learning during COVID-19!
If your student(s) have symptoms or test positive for COVID, fill out the following form HERE
If families or staff need support - the state has a new mental hotline called COVID CareLine staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
As we continue to deal with the effects of COVID 19 on our families in the  area of financial assistance,  I am happy to announce that the Board of Education passed a resolution to waive fees for materials used in the course of instruction (i.e. academic fees) for the 2020-2021 school year at the Board of Education meeting held Monday, October 12, 2020.   

Yours in Education,

Eugene Blalock, Jr.

As states and districts decide whether to continue with remote learning, switch to a “hybrid” learning model, or reopen school buildings for the new school year—parents across the country are bracing themselves to serve as in-house teachers and learning supervisors at least in some capacity.

To help parents learn how to prepare their students to be masters of fundamental literacies even without in-person academic support, we reached out to a number of parents to gain advice on how to teach our students the skills to live in the 21st century.

From our conversations, we’ve pulled out the most salient advice to help guide your child’s learning experience this academic year.