• Parent Survey for Returning to Plan A

    Posted by Willie Jarman on 10/26/2020

    Parent Interest Survey

    The purpose of this survey is to gather information for planning. It is not a registration or enrollment form and does not commit your student to in-person or virtual learning.

    Currently, the Governor’s executive order and the NC Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) requires school districts to remain in Plan B for students in grades 6-12.  OCS’s Plan B includes two days per week of in-person instruction with Cohort A attending on Mondays and Tuesdays and Cohort B attending on Thursdays and Fridays. In addition to in-person learning, OCS also offers Onslow Virtual School (OVS), which is the virtual option required by the executive order.

    Although the state has not determined whether students in grades 6-12 will transition to Plan A and be able to attend school five days per week, or remain in Plan B for the second semester, OCS would like to know what you would choose for your student if options are available.  Therefore, we are surveying parents of secondary students to determine the level of interest in transferring into or out of an in-person setting for the second semester, which begins on January 5, 2021.  Information from the survey will be used to inform district planning efforts. If the district plan includes options for transitioning between in-person and virtual settings, you will be asked to complete an official choice and commitment form. 

    Thank you for completing this survey and helping us collect information that will inform OCS options for parents and students.

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  • Mark Your Calendars!

    Posted by Amanda West on 10/18/2020 6:00:00 PM

    Say Something Training

    • Monday, October 19th – Cohort A
    • Thursday, October 22nd – Cohort B
    • The Say Something program has been implemented by the state and provides a secure and anonymous system where safety concerns can be reported to help at-risk individuals.
    • For more information please visit:


    Fall Pictures

    • Monday, October 26th – Cohort A
    • Thursday, October 29th – Cohort B (Revised date)
    • Flyers with detailed information regarding picture packages have been distributed to students, and families wishing to purchase pictures should return their completed envelope with their child on picture day.
    • Detailed information regarding pictures and to make a purchase online please visit:, and utilize code FM348216.


    NC Check-Ins Grade 8 Science

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  • Catch Up/Catch your Breath Day

    Posted by Willie Jarman on 10/9/2020 3:00:00 PM

    Catch Up & Catch Your Breath Day.  Wednesday October 14th. This Day is dedicated to making up missing assignments

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  • Family Life Class

    Posted by Heather Getts on 9/29/2020


    All students in PE class the family life class forms are due OCTOBER 1. Please be sure to send those forms in with your students. If the forms are not turned in, students will be participating in the class during their scheduled time. Thanks for your understanding! 

    -PE department

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  • Federal Cards and Attendance

    Posted by Willie Jarman on 9/13/2020 5:30:00 PM


    This week we will be sending Federal Cards home.  This is very important for federal funding to the Onslow County Schools.  Cohort A students will receive Federal  Cards on Monday, 9/14, and should return them on Tuesday, 9/15.  Cohort B students will receive Federal Cards on Thursday, 9/17, and should return them on Friday, 9/18. 

    In order to accurately track daily attendance, ALL STUDENTS must react to the daily attendance post in their HOMEROOM Team.  This must be completed every school day, whether it is a Face-to-Face or Remote Learning day. Teachers will have the daily attendance post by 7:30 and students should react to the post by 8:00 for the Daily Attendance check.  The Insights app in Teams will track more specific details about student activity and completion of assignments in all the other Teams and that will allow for adjustments to the daily attendance if needed. 

    It is hard to believe we have completed 4 weeks of school already.  Thank you for your patience and understanding as we have implemented safety precautions and developed practices to address face-to-face and remote instruction.  We will continue to move towards more synchronous learning for students over the next few weeks. 

     Thank you again for your support!

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