LUMBERTON — Public Schools of Robeson County’s Board of Education members approved moving forward with summer school plans to help students recover from a year of learning during a global pandemic.
Board members also approved allowing staff to move forward with planning and preparations for PSRC Summer Learning and Enrichment Camp and to submit plans for the camp to the N.C. Department of Public Instruction.
The summer program is to comply with House Bill 82, known as the Summer Learning Choice for NC Families, which compels schools across the state to offer learning recovery and enrichment programs to aid students affected by COVID-19’s impact on the educational system.
The school district’s plan is to be submitted to DPI no later than 30 days before the end of school, which is May 28, said Sandra Evans, K-8 Curriculum supervisor. The plan must contain…