• Chris Reitan



    Chris Reitan



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Family & Community Letters

  • May Family & Community Letter (5/6/21)

    May Family & Community Letter (5/6/21)

    May marks the last full month of school and CCSD is planning a multitude of student celebrations recognizing the unique talents and achievements of our students. During the April 28, 2021 CCSD Board meeting, the Board adopted language for the district’s Smart Start to School Guidelines, namely, “Large group gatherings are permitted such as assemblies or student school activities.

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  • April Family & Community Letter (4/2/21)

    April Family & Community Letter (4/2/21)

    Spring has arrived bringing longer days and more activities outside. Spring also focuses CCSD’s attention on a few important issues as we prepare for the end of the school year and our transition into the 2021-2022 school year: statewide testing, facilities planning, and our PACE 2021-2022 enrollment advertising campaign.

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  • March Family & Community Letter (3/1/21)

    March Family & Community Letter (3/1/21)

    The CCSD School Board modified the district’s Smart Start to School Guidelines during their regular, monthly meeting on February 24, 2021 to include the following language on page 8, "For all out of state travel CCSD staff and students shall follow all state travel orders, mandates, and health advisories and alerts. Unvaccinated students and staff will not return to school for five days after interstate travel.”

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  • February Family & Community Letter (2/9/21)

    February Family & Community Letter (2/9/21)

    February is here and it is always a special time of the year as the days are noticeably longer and we gain over four minutes each day. February is an important month for CCSD as the district begins making our initial preparations for the upcoming school year. During the February 24, 2021 CCSD School Board meeting, the CCSD Board will revise our FY 2021 budget which provides us the opportunity to tighten our budget projections based on our actual revenues and expenditures to date. This budget revision also serves as the first step in our FY 22 budget development process because we have a much stronger sense of how our actual revenues and expenditures have changed during the school year, providing us with a stronger sense of how we need to budget for the upcoming school year.

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  • January Family & Community Letter (1/29/21)

    January Family & Community Letter (1/29/21)

    As we complete our first month of the new year, we have so much to be thankful for especially when we compare our current context with the rest of our state and nation. We have been extremely fortunate on POW during this pandemic to only have experienced 40 confirmed cases of COVID-19 to date with zero active, confirmed cases within the last 14 days. On top of this positive data, our island medical providers have been doing an outstanding job vaccinating our community members and we already have more than a quarter of our adult island population vaccinated. We definitely have a lot to celebrate and have enjoyed the privilege of having our schools fully open all year, except for a two week period after the Thanksgiving break.

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