COVID-19 Information
Remote Student Learning Update

April, 6, 2020

CMS expects all students to engage in new learning but also understand that there are some circumstances that may deter or limit a student or family’s ability to do so. If a student is unable to complete new learning opportunities due to limited access to a computer or internet device, families are asked to please contact their child’s teacher so that we can assist with providing either a Chromebook or mobile hotspot. Below is the full CMS message from Dr. Matt Hayes with an update to students and families including a message about spring break. 


April 2, 2020

We have received questions from students and families regarding next steps for Remote Supplemental Learning. We wanted to provide an update to our families to answer those questions and provide updated information about instruction.

Matt Hayes, Deputy Superintendent of Academics
New Learning Opportunities


Frank Barnes, Chief Equity Officer
Grading updates


Kathy Elling, Chief School Performance Officer
Social Emotional Supports


Brian Kinglsey, Chief Academic Officer
Remote Supplemental Learning plan


Beth Thompson, Assistant Superintendent, Academics
Resources for supporting students


Ann White, Assistant Superintendent Exceptional Children’s Programs
Exceptional Children remote learning


March 18, 2020

The district is following state and federal guidelines for social distancing, remote work and online learning. Below are videos with information and updates from Superintendent Earnest Winston and other district leaders for parents and students.

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