WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Some school districts have created special coronavirus hotlines. That means parents and students can call to get more information.
Not all school districts have hotlines, but we have also provided their phone numbers where you can still call for information.
If your school district does have a special hotline but it’s not listed here, please send an email with the phone number to email@example.com
Guilford County Schools COVID-19 Call Center: 336-332-7290, or call the general number at 336-370-8100.
Para ayudarnos a practicar el distanciamiento social, GCS está limitando el horario en cual estaremos abiertos al público. Si necesitan visitar una escuela o una oficina central, por favor háganlo entre las 10 a.m. y las 2 p.m. Ustedes pueden acceder a nuestro centro de llamadas COVID-19 en el 336-332-7290, o llamen al número general 336-370-8100.
Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Hotline: (336) 661-3128
La línea de ayuda de WS/FCS estara abierta 8am-5pm mientras las escuelas están cerradas.Padres y estudiantes pueden llamar al 336-661-3128.
Alamance Burlington Schools: 336-570-6060
Asheboro City Schools COVID-19 Hotline: 336-542-1007
Davidson County Schools: 336-249-8182
Lexington City Schools: 336-242-1527
Thomasville City Schools: 336-474-4200
Rockingham County Schools' Need Food Hotline: 627-2723
Rockingham County Schools' Behavioral Health Hotline: 336-627-2615
Randolph County Schools: 336-633-5000
Randolph County Schools’ Nutrition Department: 336-633-5161
Yadkin County Schools: 336-679-2051
Surry County Schools: 336-386-8211
Stokes County Schools: 336-593-8146
Wilkes County Schools: 336-667-1121
NC Coronavirus Helpline 24/7: Call toll-free at 866-462-3821
FIND OUT ABOUT FREE SCHOOL MEALS
Text keyword MEALS to 336-379-5775 to get the list below of school districts providing to-go meals for students.
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FACTS NOT FEAR
Remember facts, not fear when talking about the coronavirus. You should take the same measures recommended by health leaders to prevent the spread of the flu and other viruses. That means washing your hands, avoiding touching your face, and covering coughs and sneezes.
WHERE YOU GET INFORMATION ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS IS IMPORTANT
It is important to make sure the information you are getting about the coronavirus is coming directly from reliable sources like the CDC and NCDHHS. Be careful not to spread misinformation about coronavirus on social media.
NC CORONAVIRUS HOTLINE
The state also has a special hotline set up where you can call 866-462-3821 for more information on the coronavirus. You can also submit questions online at ncpoisoncontrol.org or select chat to talk with someone about the virus.
You can also text keyword VIRUS to WFMY News 2 at 336-379-5775 to find out more information.
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