• Chris Reitan



    Chris Reitan



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Family & Community Letters

  • August Family & Community Letter 8/2/2021

    August Family & Community Letter 8/2/2021

    The start of the new school year is one month away. CCSD is excited to welcome our new and returning students and staff members to the 2021-22 school year. CCSD staff will participate in two days of in-service (August 26 and 27) followed by two workdays (August 30 and 31) as we prepare our buildings and classrooms for our students’ first day of school on Wednesday, September 1.

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  • June Family & Community Letter (6/24/21)

    June Family & Community Letter (6/24/21)

    As summer has arrived in full force, the CCSD maintenance department has been busy making improvements to our buildings. Our maintenance staff has focused their work at the beginning of the summer on outside maintenance projects

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  • June Family & Community Letter (6/1/21)

    June Family & Community Letter (6/1/21)

    The 2020-2021 school year is almost in the history books. This time of year is always an exciting time as we prepare for our end of year student celebrations and welcome students to the next stages of their lives. This is also a sad time of year as we say goodbye to students and families who will no longer be with us, as well as staff members who are making transitions into the next phases of their lives. CCSD celebrates the educational careers of our staff members who have dedicated years of service to our district and community and who have chosen to retire at the end of this school year or in the near future.

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  • May Family & Community Letter (5/6/21)

    May Family & Community Letter (5/6/21)

    May marks the last full month of school and CCSD is planning a multitude of student celebrations recognizing the unique talents and achievements of our students. During the April 28, 2021 CCSD Board meeting, the Board adopted language for the district’s Smart Start to School Guidelines, namely, “Large group gatherings are permitted such as assemblies or student school activities.

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  • April Family & Community Letter (4/2/21)

    April Family & Community Letter (4/2/21)

    Spring has arrived bringing longer days and more activities outside. Spring also focuses CCSD’s attention on a few important issues as we prepare for the end of the school year and our transition into the 2021-2022 school year: statewide testing, facilities planning, and our PACE 2021-2022 enrollment advertising campaign.

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