Meals will be available from 11:30am to 1:00 pm Monday through Friday at Smithfield High School, Georgie Tyler Middle School, and Carrsville Elementary School. In addition, our school buses will be delivering meals to the following areas throughout the county daily, from 11:30am to 12:30pm.
In the northern areas of the county:
Jersey Park Apartments
Red Oaks Mobile Community
Bradford Mews Apartments
Church Manor Apartments
Cedar Street Apartments
Rushmere Fire Department
Eagle Harbor Apartments
In the southern areas of the county:
Twin Ponds Mobile Community
Clydesdale Mobile Community
Georgie Tyler Apartments
Windsor Community Center
Picking up Student Materials from School
Schools will be open Monday, March 16, for staff to prepare for the extended closure. If you need to pick up student notebooks, books, or other personal items belonging to your child, please arrange to do so tomorrow. After Monday, school buildings will be closed to students and families through March 27 or until further notice. Medication should also be picked up Monday that will be needed at home during the school closure period. Parents should consider that the reopening of schools could be extended beyond the minimum 14 days ordered by the governor, based on the status of COVID-19 in our community. Should you need to collect materials or medication after Monday, please email your school principal to arrange for this.
School Calendar/Spring Break
At this time, no decisions have been made about the nine weeks marking period or SOL testing. Information will be communicated as it becomes available. No decision has been made to change Spring Break at this time. We will keep you updated on any changes in the school calendar.
We encourage your family to follow the CDC guidelines for keeping safe and minimizing the spread of COVID-19. Medical questions may be directed to the VDH Hotline: 877-275-8343 (877-ASK-VDH3). We will keep you informed during and after this closure and continue to communicate any change in status through our traditional channels. Again, thank you for your patience and flexibility, and as always, thank you for your support of Isle of Wight County Schools.