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Rockingham County Schools moves to remote learning only

The school board voted to approve the plan Monday evening. Schools will move to remote learning only starting November 9.

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, N.C. — Rockingham County Schools voted Monday evening to move to remote learning only under Plan C starting November 9.

The school board voted 4-2 to approve the plan.

"The Board of Education voted to go to plan C in all grades through the first semester and will reevaluate the plan at the December Board of Education Meeting," Rockingham County Schools tweeted.

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