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New Bag Policy for Athletic Events:
Bags are no longer allowed at any athletic event. Our ongoing commitment to enhancing the safety of our facilities led us to identify this precautionary measure. We will allow certain bags required for the health of the attendee on a case-by-case basis.

 


 

 

Columbus County Schools is soliciting Requests for Proposals (RFP) from qualified North Carolina General Contractors interested in providing Design/Build Services for Gymnasium/Classroom building construction at Williams Township School 10400 James B. White Hwy. S. Whiteville N.C. 28472. Funding for this project may be provided in whole or part by Columbus County Schools capital fund, Columbus County Commissioners, grants or donations. Expenditure of funds associated with this project are subject to the Columbus County Schools Procurement Policy section 8210 and Facility Construction section 9030 of the policy manual. This RFP and associated Preliminary Plans provides complete information on the services being requested, the submittal requirements, and the project timeline. It is the intent of Columbus County Schools to perform this procurement in a manner that results in selection of a contractor or firm that demonstrates experience with performing the scope of work identified, is qualified and licensed to provide the requested services, and is the lowest most responsible bidder.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1f7M9PRfaKuqulqGgryUzzFDIXdyqc–O/view?usp=sharing


We value the partnership between our school community and families. We recognize that your input is crucial to our continuous improvement efforts. To foster open communication and gather diverse perspectives, we are organizing Family Focus Groups. Parents are invited to participate in the Virtual Focus Groups happening this month. See the flyer for dates and times to login and share your voice!
Thank you!!
Exciting news! Columbus County Schools and AbundaBox have come together to champion health and wellness in our community. Get essential tests, vitamins, and more delivered straight to you. The best part? You can protect your family this cold and flu season at no out-of-pocket costs for you.
This collaboration signifies our joint commitment to innovation and the well-being of every individual. By blending Columbus County Schools’ vision with AbundaBox’s health expertise, we aim to create an environment where both mind and body thrive.

Dear families,
We value your feedback on your experiences with Columbus County Schools. CCS is working to improve its family engagement practices and would like to gather your feedback on the survey below. Thank you for your feedback!
Family Survey Link: https://bit.ly/CCS_Family

Estimadas familias,
Valoramos sus comentarios sobre sus experiencias con Columbus County Schools. CCS está trabajando para mejorar sus prácticas de involucramiento familiar y nos gustaría recoger sus comentarios en la encuesta abajo. Gracias por sus comentarios.
Enlace a la encuesta familiar: https://bit.ly/CCS_Family


Parent involvement is extremely important to the success of our students. Columbus County Schools views parents as important partners with a needed voice to help guide our decisions for the betterment of our children’s education. We will always encourage parents to voice concerns, be an advocate for their child, and help shape the direction of our school and district.

Recently, a new law was passed (North Carolina General Statute § 115C-76.25) that puts many of our initiatives in writing, and helps parents understand their rights and how they can be more involved in their child’s education. We are excited that this new law recognizes the many opportunities that parents have for meaningful involvement. As you see below, all of these rights have been in our Board Policies for many years, but we now want to remind parents of these rights, and encourage parents to become actively engaged in the many positive changes happening in our schools. The full list of rights is attached here-https://docs.google.com/…/2PACX…/pub


 

Columbus County Schools has created a FREE application that allows parents to track their child’s bus. The app is available NOW! During this first phase the app may not have full functionality for all users… If you have any issues or questions, please fill out this form. Parents will need to know their child’s Student ID number. Schools are sending home information next week with all the information needed. If you know your child’s ID number, you can sign up NOW!

Please note –

1) This app tracks the BUS not individual children.
2) Your home will show “not arrived” if the bus does not stop and open the door (for example if the child is not at the road)

Need more information or have issues? Visit this site.

 

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