Update from the Superintendent, Thursday, April 29
To our CPP Families and Community,
It is with great pride that I announce that we will be bringing our high school students back to 4 days a week beginning Monday, May 3rd. We also know that the health and safety of our students and staff must remain our 1st priority. We will monitor our COVID positive cases weekly and will share that information on our district webpage weekly. Updates will occur on Fridays.
We will be using 2 metrics:
- Positivity rate in Steuben County per the 7 day average (Per CDC 9.9%)
- Positivity rate in our High School based on total population (2%)
If we exceed both of these measures, we will move to our 2 day a week hybrid model.
For transportation information, over the next few days, please be sure to check Parent Portal frequently as the schedule may update prior to the official start on Monday, May 3rd. For any questions, you can contact the Transportation Department via email at email@example.com or call (607) 962-2493.
All families must use the Student Screener on each of their in-person days. It is located here: https://www.cppasd.com/prescreen/ or you can access it on the SchoolPointe Stay Connected App for phones and tablets. This is how we keep each other safe.
Thank you for your continued support of our students, staff and district as we continue to meet the challenges presented to all of us this year. Please reach out to me with any questions or concerns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hawk Nation is ready and waiting for you!
Superintendent of Schools