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The Nash-Rocky Mount School System is working to accommodate students during a mandatory school closure.
The school system recently announced it will be providing free breakfast and lunch to all children 18 and under at six sites in the school system.
Beginning Wednesday, March 18, free breakfast and lunch will be provided for children 18 and under Monday through Friday between 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
The meals will be provided at Baskerville Elementary, Hubbard Elementary, Spring Hope Elementary and Bailey Elementary Schools as well as Rocky Mount Middle and Nash Central Middle Schools.
Meals will be provided to go only.
For more information, visit nrms.k12.nc.us or call Nash-Rocky Mount Schools School Nutrition Services at 462-2491.
NOTICE: NC Governor Roy Cooper issued an executive order Saturday, March 14, which stops gatherings of 100 or more people and orders the closing of all NC K-12 public schools for at least two weeks.
Nash Community College Announcement: Nash Community College's campus will remain open and regular services and facilities will be available. However, all NCC classes are suspended for the week of Monday, March 16 - Friday, March 20, 2020. No NCC classes will meet online, on-campus or off-campus during this time. Ongoing planning is underway for online and alternate delivery of classes beyond this week. Faculty and staff should report to work as scheduled, until further notice. Students should contact their instructors with questions.
Nash Health Care has announced restrictions: Nash Health Care has announced restrictions for visitors, vendors and volunteers as a result of the growing spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
State of Emergency for the City of Rocky Mount: Rocky Mount Mayor Sandy Roberson, on the heels of Governor Roy Cooper's State of Emergency declaration Tuesday, declared a State of Emergency for the City of Rocky Mount on Friday.
Prisons will suspend visitation: The North Carolina Division of Prisons will suspend visitation to all the state's prisons effective Monday, March 16 to minimize the health risks from the spread of coronavirus.
District and Superior Court Cases suspended 30 days: Chief Justice Cheri L. Beasley of the North Carolina Supreme Court has ordered all District and Superior Court sessions in North Carolina effective Monday, March 16, 2020, to be suspended for 30 days with those affected court dates scheduled for future sessions.
NOTICE: In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, both the Nash County Senior Center and the Southern Nash Senior Center will be closed to the public effective 5pm on Friday, March 13th. County Administration will be assessing the status of continued closures on a weekly basis. Please visit the Nash County website at www.nashcountync.gov for more information on when we will re-open to the public. More ...