Catoosa Re-Opening Plan

Catoosa Re-Opening Plan
Posted on 08/19/2020
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Catoosa County Public Schools (CCPS) is making plans for a safe return to the important work of teaching and learning for students and employees for the 2020-2021 school year. Based on community data from the Department of Public Health as of July 27, plans are to begin the school year on August 24, providing three options: traditional in-person instruction (5 days/week) for elementary, hybrid M-T/Th-F for secondary, and online/digital instruction. The digital instruction model will allow students to remain enrolled in their school, and learn from home with a teacher dedicated to the online option. The district will continue to monitor community data. If there is a significant increase in the number of positive cases in Catoosa County, plans may need to be modified during the year.

We want parents, teachers, and employees to be confident that health and safety are our highest priorities as we return to school. CCPS leaders have studied guidance from the Department of Public Health and the Georgia Department of Education in planning for the safest, most effective opening of school this fall.

Catoosa’s reopening plan is based on information from Georgia’s Path to Recovery for K-12 Schools, click here to review. The following plan provides an overview of the guidance for returning to traditional in-person instruction (pages 2-7), and guidance about online/digital instruction (pages 8-10).
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