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Credit Recovery for High School Students

Isle of Wight County Schools will not be offering credit recovery options this summer. Students who need to recover a credit may go to Suffolk Public Schools. Summer School will be held at Nansemond River High School from July 2 through August 2, 2018. Registration will be available from 8:00am - 2:00pm at Nansemond River High School on June 21, 2018 (cash or money order only). Proof of residency and permission letters are required. Students will also need prior approval, in writing from their principal, in order to enroll in the Suffolk Public Schools High School Summer Program. Click on this article's headline for more information.
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IWCS to Hold Public Hearings on Long Range Facility Planning

The School Board will take public comment on the proposed plan at their June 14 meeting at 6:00 pm at Smithfield High School. A second public hearing will occur during the July 12 meeting at the IOW Courthouse Complex. More information on the proposal can be found through the link below.
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Carrollton Elementary School Closed Friday June 1 Due to AC Issues

The cooling water tower for the air conditioning system has failed, causing the building to be without air conditioning. As a result of Friday's forecast for high temperature and humidity, Carrollton Elementary will be closed tomorrow, Friday, June 1. We anticipate the repairs to be by completed by tomorrow night and we will resume normal operations on Monday. I
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New Report Forecasts Potential Student Growth for IWCS Due to New Residential Development

In March 2018, Isle of Wight County Schools contracted with Cooperative Strategies to conduct a subdivision and student potential analysis. This analysis is the result of collection, review, and analysis of student demographics, migration, and housing information for IWCS. The need for student demographics and analysis stems mainly from new residential development which has the potential to yield a significant number of students. The County’s comprehensive plan is currently being updated. As a result of the steadily increasing enrollment and new residential development on the horizon, the Division has a real need for a student potential analysis. With this analysis, IWCS will be better equipped to make decisions regarding future potential increases in enrollment.
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