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Parent & Community Letters
The end of the 2018-19 school year is just a few short weeks away and we are gearing up for the last day for our
students on Wednesday, June 5. May is an important time of year because it provides an excellent opportunity to
celebrate our students’ academic and extra-curricular achievements and to begin solidifying our plans for next
On April 18 CCSD hosted a Parent Focus Group meeting. During this meeting, parents were asked to provide feedback to the district about three key questions:
• What is the perception of CCSD communication with our stakeholder groups, and how might CCSD do a better job disseminating information?
• What are some areas of concern that parents might have about CCSD programs, operations, and/or policies and what might be some ways CCSD might consider addressing these concerns?
• What are some areas of improvement that parents are noticing within CCSD?
We are halfway through April and the end of the school year is coming into greater focus. As April brings longer days and more activities outside, it also focuses CCSD’s attention on statewide testing, facilities planning, and our instructional support service model for the 2019-2020 year.
The school year keeps rolling along and it is difficult to believe we are already in the month of March. This time of year is always a special time because our students are presented with an abundance of opportunities to highlight their learning and to expand their educational horizons.
February is here and the days are getting noticeably longer. February is an exceptionally busy month for academic competitions. CCSD students are actively preparing for Academic Decathlon and Battle of the Books competitions which take place later this month.