Hi my name is Ms. Youngblood. I have been in Special Education since 1992. I worked in Residential Care before coming to the school system. I became a licensed teacher in 2009. Prior to that I worked in the Education system as a one-on-one and a teacher assistant. My content areas is Intro to Math I, Math I and Applied Science, and Biology. Currently, I am in the OCS Program at BLS High.
NC Vocational Preparations, Life Skills, English, Math, Biology, Financial Management, Life Science, American History, and Civics & Governance are the courses we will cover this school year.
This evening, the Guilford County Board of Education approved a plan to gradually return students to our classrooms for in-person learning, assuming that local public health trends regarding COVID-19 continue moving in the right direction. The phased approach to reopening aligns with educational research and public health guidance.
High school students will follow the same guidelines when they return on Jan. 20, 2021. However, specific groups of middle and high school students, such as students who are homeless, students in foster care, students with disabilities who are served in self-contained classrooms, students in the first years of English language acquisition and students with multiple risk factors will be allowed to return to classrooms on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, beginning on Oct. 20.
The high school day will be from 9:35 a.m. to 4:25 p.m.
Families who are interested in the district’s virtual schools may register until Monday, Sept. 28, at 5 p.m., using the website gcsnc.schoolmint.net.