Clinton Public School District announces Return to School Plan
The Clinton Public School District’s Board of Trustees approved a plan during the July board meeting to reopen campuses to students for the 2020-2021 school year.
Superintendent Dr. Tim Martin presented the Return to School Plan to the board, recommending a hybrid start to the school year.
The Return to School Plan addresses daily procedures and safety protocols for campuses throughout the district.
It also highlights bus transportation, school nutrition, technology, extracurricular activities, communications and protocols for teachers and students who have been affected by a positive COVID-19 test.
CPSD’s plan was put together based on recommendations from the Reopening Task Force. The task force was made up of medical professionals, school board members, district administrators, teachers, parents and community leaders. The task force met on June 5 and June 26 to discuss concerns and logistics for reopening school in August.
CPSD’s plan is available online to view or to download. Visitors can also view a Frequently Asked Questionssection that may answer questions they may have.
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