Camden County Schools now has an eTicket Help Desk for submitting request to the Technology and Maintenance Department
Dear Parents, Dealing with your children’s school money just got a lot easier! You can now add money to their accounts for meals online securely and even see what they are buying. You may have previously used www.K12PaymentCenter.com to access your child’s meal account, but now the website is new and improved, with more features […]
Students with a Camden County Schools email account can sign up for Microsoft Office 365 by going to Bruin Tech on the technology page or by clicking here.
The FDA has given Pfizer Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for 12-15 year-olds. Previously, Pfizer was authorized for 16 and older so this is an expansion of that age range. Camden County Schools is partnering with Albemarle Regional Health Services to gather information regarding your interest in getting your child(ren) in this age group vaccinated. This information […]
Congratulations to Jennifer Lilly who was named our County Teacher of the Year! Ms. Lilly is an exceptional children’s teacher who has been in education for the past 17 years. She assists students with their high school classes and also assists them with their transition to the local community college. Jennifer Lilly has been characterized […]
North Carolina announced it will provide benefits through the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program to help families purchase food for children whose access to free and reduced-priced meals at school has been impacted by virtual learning for the 2020 to 2021 school year due to COVID-19. Families do not need to apply for P-EBT. […]
Camden County Schools will not be offering our Daycare Program for Summer, 2021 due to the continued COVID restrictions. We will revisit our After School Care Program as soon as possible to determine if we can resume that Program in the Fall, 2021.
If your child presents any of the symptoms of COVID-19 or if any family member with whom the child resides has symptoms or has received a positive COVID test, please report this to your child’s principal, school nurse or teacher immediately. We are working very hard to limit exposures among students and staff, and we […]
Due to temps being well below freezing between 7pm on Thursday and 9am on Friday and some roads still being wet in spots, Camden County Schools will operate on a 100% remote learning day beginning at 10am on Friday, January 29. It will be an optional staff workday with a two hour delay.