Campus Re-Opening Plan 2020-21

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The CPCS District Administrative Team presents the Re-Opening Plan 2020 - 2021, unanimously approved by the Cedar Park School Board.  The document provides the details required by OSPI and with regard to guidelines for schools provided by the CDC. As we all know, the recommendations, requirements and guidelines change frequently and this document will be updated as additional developments occur. While great effort has been taken to provide answers to the most significant questions, very specific protocols and scheduling items are still under development and will be communicated as they become available at each campus. Please take the time to carefully review and discuss with your family and take necessary steps for your household to prepare.

Important highlights:

  • Face coverings are required for all students and staff.
  • Parents will be responsible for completing a Daily Health Screening, including a temperature check, for their children, before arriving on campus.
  • Students will be responsible for daily wearing a school provided Health Check lanyard to attest that the screening has been completed.
  • A Parent Acknowledgment and Waiver release will be provided next week and a parental signature is required before a student can attend school.
  • Traditional Back-to-School evening events will not be taking place, however alternative Meet & Greet opportunities will be shared by next week.

As we move forward into the unknown and unique challenges of the upcoming school year, communication and partnership will be more important than ever.  Please continue to monitor your email in the days ahead for additional campus specific information, including preschool/childcare.  We also ask for your continued prayers for protection, discernment, provision, unity, and the Lord's blessing and covering for all.

One more important announcement as you prepare for returning to school:  CPCS will not be requiring "chapel attire" for the 2020 - 2021 school year.  It remains an important value to partner with parents in teaching the next generation how to dress and present themselves in an honoring manner and once we return to more normal and formal gatherings, presentations and such there will be intentional dress days.  So no, you don't need to be shopping for ties, dress shoes, slacks, skirts or dresses except by choice.   

In Partnership,

CPCS District Administrative Team

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