In-Person Students Begin 4 Days a Week on April 6

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In-person students in 4th through 12th grades will begin a four-day a week in school schedule beginning Tuesday, April 6.  

  • No changes will be made to bus schedules. 
  • Wednesday will continue to be an asynchronous day for all students, with teachers and staff involved in planning and professional development.  
  • Families will continue to have the ability to choose either virtual or in-person learning for their student, and changes may be made by contacting the school. 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently updated its guidance for schools,  reducing the amount of physical distancing recommended between students to three (3) feet. This  new guidance gives districts the flexibility to have more students in schools, and enables CCPS to increase the number of  in-person learners immediately  following Spring Break.  

In preparation, administrators and support staff have reassessed and reorganized classroom space and  resources. The logistics of the student day involving staffing, transportation, food services, multi-use  spaces, and movement throughout the school are being revised based on updated guidance. Physical  distancing on school buses remains a challenge, with three feet between students provided to the extent possible. Staff has ensured that appropriate PPE supplies are on hand for the increased number of students. 

“These new guidelines allow us to continue our progress towards  a full-time, in-person return to schools in the fall,” Superintendent Patty Saelens stated. “Students, staff, and families must remain vigilant  with safety protocols such as wearing a mask, physically distancing, hand washing and sanitizing, and  cleaning and disinfecting. These practices have been integral to our success with in-person learning to  date, and will remain extremely important as we continue through this school year. As always, the health and well-being of students and staff remain our highest priority.”