Symptom Screener Symptom Screener

2520 Huntingtowne Farms Lane
Charlotte, NC 28210
Courier #: 422
P: 980-343-3625  |  F: 980-343-3731 
LC: Southwest
Bell Schedule: 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM
Grades: PreK-5
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Daily Class Rotations and Attendance

In-Person Instruction Attendance:

Final In-Person Learning (11.19.20).pdf

On days a student is scheduled to receive in-person learning,
 the student must attend school for at least half of the day to be marked “Present On-Site.”

If the student does not attend school on scheduled in-person learning days, 
the appropriate absent code will be used.

Students absent during in-person learning days should 
engage in/complete asynchronous instruction as make-up work.

In accordance with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, 
in cases where COVID-19 cases emerge in a school, exposure and non-exposure letters will be issued by the school from the District Response Team (comprised of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and the Mecklenburg County Health Department officials).

Students who receive a non-exposure letter should attend in-person learning on their assigned day.
 If the student, with a non-exposure letter, does not attend in-person learning and attends remote learning, the Unexcused Absence (2A) code would apply.

Students who receive an exposure letter should not attend in-person learning for the established period. If the child participates in remote learning during this time, 
the student would be marked 1R (Present off-site).

 If a quarantined student cannot participate in remote learning due to illness,
 the absence will be coded as Excused1D, Quarantine. 
All other absences will follow the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools attendance policy.

Monday and Tuesday: 

Rotation A will come to school for in-person learning.

Rotation B will stay home and continue remote learning via Zoom.


Full Remote Learning Day at home

Thursday and Friday: 

Rotation B will come to school in-person learning.

Rotation A will stay home and continue remote learning via Zoom.

Student Arrival

Car Riders-

If your child is a car rider, please ensure to be in the Carpool line between

7:45am to 8:10am to ensure enough time for screening.

Bus Riders- 

If you child is riding the bus to and from school, please ensure to be at 

the morning stop at least 15 minutes prior to the bus stop time

to ensure enough time for paperwork and boarding the bus. 

Daily Symptom Screener


Daily Student Symptom Screener

The safety, health and well-being of our students, staff, families and community is a top priority.
The NC DHHS StrongSchoolsNC toolkit requires public schools to conduct a COVID-19 symptom
screening and temperature check of any person entering a school building. 

For this reason, we will be asking each student and visitor 
to complete the CMS Symptoms Screener survey each day
before reporting to school. 

CMS Symptoms Screener Instructions

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Start the Symptom Screener

By clicking on the picture below.

Weekly Attestation Form

In order to board a CMS bus, make sure your 

Parent Symptoms Screening Authorization Form (Attestation Form) is filled out. 

This form is to be handed to the bus driver

on whatever day is the first day of school for the student that week.

CMS Attestation Form 2020_English.pdf

CMS Attestation Form 2020_Spanish.pdf

CMS Attestation Form 2020_French.pdf

CMS Attestation Form 2020_Vietnamese.pdf

CMS Attestation Form 2020_Portuguese.pdf

CMS Attestation Form 2020_Burmese.pdf

CMS Attestation Form 2020_Nepali.pdf


Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
P.O. Box 30035
Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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