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CCCS Phased Reopening Plan
CCCS Phased Reopening Plan
As CCCS reopens on September 8 for 5th-12th grades and September 10th for PreK3-4th Grades we will be in compliance with the state and local proclamations issued at that time. Since these are such changing times, we are making plans to meet whichever phase we are instructed to open under. We will plan to mitigate potential COVID-19 spread to the maximum extent possible by:
PHASE 2 Plan(Most likely as of July 7th, 2020)
Used in the event the state is in Phase 2 Reopening of at the start of school on September 8, 2020. All students will report to school in person daily. The following actions will be taken:
restricting movement and proximity
- We will practice social distancing whenever possible.
- Students in 2nd grade and below will be in self-contained classrooms.
- Students will eat lunch in their classrooms or outside when feasible.
minimizing group size-
- Limit to 14 students and 1 teacher per classroom in PreK3
- Limit to 16 students and 1 teacher per classroom in PreK4
- Limit to 20 students and 1 teacher per classroom in Kindergarten
- Limit to 21 students and 1 teacher per classroom in grades 1 and 2
- Limit to 22 students and 1 teacher per classroom in grades 3 and 4
- Limit to 24 students and 1 teacher per classroom in grades 5 through 12
- Limit to 24 students and 1 teacher per classroom in grades 3 through 12
- Spacing tables and desks as close to 6 feet apart as possible. Creating spaces at cafeteria tables by sectioning off seats
limiting respiratory output/ingestion
- Students in PK3-2nd grade are encouraged to wear face coverings.
- Students in 3rd-12th are required to wear face coverings upon arrival/dismissal and during transitions. Face coverings are encouraged in the classrooms.
- Faculty and staff will wear face coverings when in close proximity with the students or each other.
- Faculty, staff, and students will have their temperature taken upon arrival.
- Students with a temperature above 100º will be isolated and parents notified that the student cannot remain at school.
- Faculty, staff, and students developing symptoms during the day will be isolated until they can be picked up or taken home.
- Hand sanitizer will be made available at the entrance to every building and in classrooms.
- Every classroom will be misted/sanitized at the end of every school day.
- Frequently touched surfaces (desks, tables, doorknobs) will be sanitized between student groups.
improving hygiene practices
- Students will be encouraged to wash their hands between classes and anytime they come in contact with food, other individuals, or bathroom surfaces.
- Students will be reminded to keep their hands away from their faces and off of their peers.
- Students will be encouraged to bring their own water bottle as water fountains will NOT be available.
PHASE 1 Plan
Used in the event the state is in Phase 1 Reopening of at the start of school on September 8, 2020. This plan will be further developed and details released if the Phase 1 plan needs to be implemented.
Students in grades PreK3-7 will attend school every day and be in classes of no more than 9 students and a teacher. Classroom spaces will be modified to accommodate smaller groups.
High School (8th-12th)
Students will attend school in-person and engage in at-home learning on alternating days. The daily school schedule will be modified so that students will meet with all of their teachers on their in-person learning day. Students will engage in mandatory at-home learning assignments on Google Classroom on days they are not on campus. Additional details will be released if this plan is implemented.
PHASE 3 Plan
Used in the event the state is in Phase 3 Reopening of at the start of school on September 8, 2020.
This plan will be further developed and details released if the Phase 3 plan are allowed to be implemented. However, the differences between this phase and Phase 2 are minimal, and the restrictions are fewer. This would be similar to a precovid experience, but with heightened precautions. This plan will be further developed and details released when the Phase 3 Plan can be implemented.
STAY AT HOME Plan
Used in the event the state is under a stay at home directive at the start of school on September 8, 2020.
Extracurricular and co-curricular activities would be suspended and all instruction would be done via Google Meet. Attendance on Google Meet will be mandatory and age/grade-level appropriate. This plan will be further developed and details released if the Stay At Home Plan needs to be implemented.
DISTANCE LEARNING OPTION
CCCS will have options available to those families who choose to keep their children home even though the school is open for on-campus learning. This plan will be further developed and details released Friday, July 17th.
QUALITY ACADEMICS IN A DISTINCTIVELY CHRISTIAN ENVIRONMENT
STUDENT POLICY & HANDBOOK
The Crescent City Christian School dress code policy is designed to enhance good order and provide CCCS students with a neat and uniform appearance. The responsibility for dressing modestly, whether in uniform or not, rests upon each individual student and his/her parents. Students are expected to be in uniform every day and are expected to adhere to the dress code from the time they arrive on campus until the time they leave. Any deviation from the uniform requirements is a violation of the dress code policy.
The school uniform consists of a uniform shirt purchased from CCCS and navy blue or khaki uniform pants or skirts. The prek3-5th grade may also wear blue or khaki shorts, jumpers or skorts. All students are required to possess a school-issued ID. The ID must be visible at all times, either clipped to student’s shirt or worn on a lanyard.
View/download the student handbook
We are a Google for Education School, utilizing many of their apps to create a 21st-century classroom, delivering high quality, multimedia education.
Our new bring your own device policy requires that if possible, all students must provide their own device to access the internet. Here are some recommendations:
- Any laptop, notebook or tablet is okay.
- The screen should be at least 7″ wide.
- All tablets should have a physical keyboard.
- Google Chromebooks are a great option.
- Amazon Fires are not recommended.
Please contact Kevin Barret email@example.com or call the office for more info.
Enrollment Process Instructions
To complete our online enrollment process, you will access our ParentsWeb through your existing login.
To access ParentsWeb:
- Select Renweb Login at the top of the page or click here.
- Type in our district code (CCCS-LA), your username and password.
- If you have forgotten your username or password, please click on the link provided (Forgot User Name/Password?).
- After logging in, click on the Family Information button in the left menu.
- Click on the Enrollment/Reenrollment button.
Our Online Enrollment system will open with a link to the enrollment packet. The online process should take approximately 15 minutes to complete. Your information will be saved if you need to quit and come back later.
The Instructions and Enrollment Checklist page of the enrollment packet contains supplemental enrollment forms that also must be submitted. Further instructions on these forms are provided online.
If you have any questions about the process, please contact me at 504-885-4700.
Enrollment Process Instructions
To complete our online enrollment process, complete the Early Learning Center registration form found here.
If you have any questions about the process, please contact me at 504-885-4700 or if you would like to schedule a tour click here.