Norfolk Public Schools

  • Are Norfolk Public Schools closed for the rest of the school year?
    • In alignment with Governor Ralph Northam’s executive order issued on March 23, 2020, all Norfolk Public Schools will be closed through the end of the school year. The Governor indicated that this decision was made to protect the health of all Virginians and minimize the spread of the current Coronavirus disease. Follow NPS’s website for updates.
  • Since Norfolk Public Schools are closed, how can kids get breakfast/lunch?
    • NPS is providing “grab ‘n go” bagged meals available for pick up from the locations listed below between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Mondays through Fridays only (no weekends). The meal bags contain one complete breakfast and one complete lunch, pre-packed by School Nutrition staff, and will be provided without charge, one per child. Children must be present to receive a meal bag.
    • The school sites are:
      • Azalea Gardens Middle (7721 Azalea Garden Road, 23518)
      • Booker T. Washington High (1111 Park Avenue, 23504)
      • Camp Allen Elementary (501 C Street, 23505)
      • Coleman Place Elementary (2445 Palmyra Street, 23513)
      • James Monroe Elementary (520 W. 29th Street, 23508)
      • Lake Taylor School (1380 Kempsville Road, 23502)
      • Norview Elementary (6401 Chesapeake Boulevard, 23513)
      • Oceanair Elementary (600 Dudley Avenue, 23503)
      • P. B. Young (543 E. Olney Road, 23510)
      • Southside STEM Academy at Campostella (1106 Campostella Road, 23523)
      • St. Helena Elementary (903 S. Main Street, 23523)
      • Suburban Park Elementary (310 Thole Street, 23505)
    • A bus will deliver meals to three sites on the following schedule on weekdays:
      • Titustown Recreation Center (7545 Diven St., 23505) at 11 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
      • Huntersville Community Center (830 Goff St., 23504) at 12 noon – 12:30 p.m.
      • Grandy Village Recreation Center (3017 Kimball Terrace, 23504) at 1 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
    • Additionally, state SOLs (Standards of Learning tests), scheduled for the spring, are cancelled.
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