COVID-19 UPDATE: Brevard Public Schools Closed Until at Least May 4, Remote Learning Extended

Brevard County Students will continue with remote learning through May 4

SPACE COAST DAILY TV: Brevard Public Schools announced that schools will continue to be closed until at least May 4. Brevard Public Schools District 4 School Board member Matt Susin talks about the first day of remote learning as more than 70,000 students logged onto virtual distance learning today, and how plans for graduating students are being considered.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard Public Schools announced that schools will continue to be closed until at least May 4.

“Per the Florida Department of Education, along with guidance from the Florida Department of Health and CDC, school closure has been extended,” said Brevard Public Schools.

“Students will continue with remote learning through May 4.”

On Monday, Brevard Public Schools welcomed its more than 70,000 students back to school remotely with the following instructions.

We ask that our families take time to familiarize themselves with their respective remote curriculum — which can be accessed through the links below — as well as the various supportive resources provided by your teachers and the district.

Your schools are here to help you and your children in whatever way possible, to ensure a smooth transition to this new and different way of working. Please do not hesitate to reach out to them with any questions or issues.

Please use this weekend to make sure you have access to FOCUS and Launchpad — two very important platforms, where your child will access their assignments and other important information, and parents will be able to view grades and teacher messages.

If you haven’t received or you have lost your log-in information for these sites, please contact your school first thing on Monday.

ACCESS YOUR STUDENT’S REMOTE LEARNING CURRICULUM HERE: