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Dare Board of Ed special meeting moved to next Tuesday

The special meeting of the Dare County Board of Education set for Thursday, January 7 has been moved due to potential COVID-19 quarantine.

Superintendent John Farrelly sent notification of the meeting change late Thursday morning, stating that DCS “learned this morning that multiple Central Office Leaders may have to go into COVID-19 quarantine protocol. Due to potential health concerns and staff availability, the Board of Education has postponed this afternoon’s special called meeting.”

​The special called meeting will now be held January 12 at 3 p.m. at First Flight Elementary School. The board’s January business meeting will be held at 5 p.m. Audio of both meetings will be broadcast live over YouTube.

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