by Chris Wesseling and Mark Schmitt article The NC school-year begins with an emergency lockdown on September 10.
The school system is in lockdown, and schools are closed for the duration of the lockdown.
This is the most severe lockdown in the state’s history.
On September 12, school board members were forced to convene to decide whether to allow students to go back to classes.
The NC Board of Education voted 5-2 to allow the students to return to classes, which means they will be permitted to return until January 1, 2019.
But students can still be expelled from the NC system, and there is no guarantee they will return.
In the past, NC has been a sanctuary state, so if a student is found guilty of a crime, he or she can stay in the country indefinitely.
The state also has an extradition treaty with Mexico, which has allowed some students to avoid deportation.
The only thing that can make a student stay is a court order.
The court order must be obtained by the school district, which is currently the case with the school.
The order will have to be signed by a judge in NC.
A few of the most prominent cases include a former high school football player who was found guilty in September 2018 of a felony count of assault with a deadly weapon.
He was sentenced to serve five years in prison, and then he was released on parole in 2020.
A student who was arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a female classmate on campus last year has been held in custody since February.
This case is also currently under investigation by NC’s Department of Public Safety.
If you are a student or an educator who is not able to return, you may have to register for classes, as you cannot be absent for longer than six weeks without registering with NCIS, according to the NC Board.
If a school is in the midst of a lockdown, students must remain in the school buildings and school districts.
The Department of Education says schools should be open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., but students are also allowed to visit a few days a week during that time.
The schools that are open will provide information about school activities, activities that can be cancelled or cancelled altogether, and how to get back to school, according of the NC Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
There is no way to guarantee that any students will be allowed to go to class.
NCIS will make sure that any school in NC will be able to open for classes and will also make sure schools are operating normally.
The federal government will also have the final say on whether students will have access to school and what happens during lockdown.
If an evacuation order is issued, NCIS has said it will provide additional resources, such as extra resources to the schools, and will have the authority to cancel all school activities.
A spokesperson for the NC State System of Higher Education told The Associated Press that schools will be closed in response to the school lockdown and that students will not be allowed back to campus until January 31.
The system will also provide additional assistance to students who need help with their registration.
The US Department of Justice is currently working with the NC System of Education to help resolve the situation.
The DOJ told AP that it is reviewing the situation, and if there is a reason for an emergency, it will seek a federal emergency declaration to protect public safety.