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Mint Hill Residents,
This week children in Mint Hill headed back into our school buildings, some for the first time in almost a year. When we were first quarantined last March, I don’t think anyone could have predicted the implications of a global pandemic on our children’s education. However, I have witnessed the challenges my daughter has met, both as an educator and a mother of small children.
I am proud of the teachers across Mecklenburg County who continue to work tirelessly, whether from their home office, kitchen table or physical classroom to engage each student. I am proud of the parents who have provided stability to their children in the midst of so much uncertainty. I am proud of our students, from preschool to high school, for your countless successes this year, especially in the face of much adversity. We will continue to work together to navigate this ever-changing school year.
I continue to encourage citizens to do your part to stop the spread of this virus by following the guidelines (wash your hands, wear a mask, maintain social distance) and take the COVID-19 vaccine when eligible. Many people with COVID-19 have mild symptoms and can recover at home. Others may have a fever or cough or more serious concerns, such as trouble breathing. Please contact your medical provider or review the information included below if you have additional questions.
For information about COVID-19 in Mecklenburg County, please visit Mecklenburg County COVID-19 Dashboard.
To learn more about the roll out plan for North Carolina, please visit NC Department of Health’s COVID-19 Vaccine Information.
To be placed on the Mecklenburg County waitlist to receive the COVID-19 vaccine when you are eligible, please complete the online form.
Stay well, shop local, wear your mask and get vaccinated!
Mint Hill Mayor