CHS Reopening Plan

CLICK HERE to view the CHS Reopening Plan 

Additional Information:

CUSD BRIDGE INFORMATION

HOW TO ACCESS POWERSCHOOL AND SYNERGY

Click on this link to learn about PowerSchool and Synergy

ONLINE LEARNING AND SAFETY

It's always important to talk to your kids about technology use, and as we shift to a remote learning model it's an important time to talk to your kids about online safety and cyber presence. Common Sense media has a lot of useful tips, lessons, and links. https://www.commonsense.org/

FOOD SERVICES:

CUSD Food Service Information

What are some guidelines for parents to support distance learning?

Support for your student may take many different forms, depending on their needs. What we have learned from school districts in states that have launched remote learning before Ohio is that it can take a couple of weeks to settle into a new learning routine. Allow yourself and your child time to adjust, knowing that our team of educators is here to support you as we figure this out together.

  • Establish routines and expectations

  • Define the physical space for your child’s study

  • Monitor communications from your child’s teachers

  • Begin and end each day with a check-in

  • Take an active role in helping your child process and own their learning

  • Establish times for quiet and reflection

  • Encourage physical activity and/or exercise

  • Remain mindful of your child’s stress or worry  Middle and high school students can access online resources here that include deep breathing and guided relaxation exercises, mindfulness and meditation exercises, and progressive muscle relaxation exercises.

  • Celebrate your student’s accomplishments, large and small

  • Monitor how much time your child is spending online

  • Keep your child social, but set rules around their social media interactions

The Coronado Unified School District is grateful for the unwavering support of our entire school community during this difficult time.  We remain focused and committed to ensuring that Every Child, Every Day continues to receive quality learning experiences that are rigorous, inspirational and provide opportunities to thrive, even from a distance!

Student and Staff Health and Safety

This form must be completed for your student to participate in on campus expereiences:  

Click on this link: CUSD Parent/Guardian HEALTH AND SAFETY AGREEMENT FOR IN-PERSON INSTRUCTION FOR THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR

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COVID-19 Educational Materials

Link: Handwashing Information

Link: Fever/COVID-19 Symptom Decision Tree

Link: A Guide for Parents on Illness and Positive Tests for Covid-19 Virus 

 CHS Bell Schedule 2020-21

Bell Schedule for 2020-21 

CUSD Secondary FAQs 

Q: If our family chooses to stay 100% online BRIDGE during Semester 1, will we be able to change to partial on-campus for semester 2?

A: Yes, parents will be given the option at the end of Semester 1 to keep the current choice for learning environment or change learning environments.

Q: Can students continue to opt into staying in Bridge/learning from home even when classes go back?

A:  Yes 

Q: How much advanced notice will students have when their cohort is selected to return?

A: In most cases, students will have at least 2 weeks notice. 

Q: Are students required to wear facial coverings? 

A: Yes, all students attending school are required to wear masks. Students should not wear gaiters, bandanas or masks with valves as these do not prevent the person wearing them from transmitting COVID-19 to others. 

Q: Will students be wearing their masks the entire time they are in school? 

A: Yes, students will be required to wear masks while on campus.  When students are outside and more than 6 feet away from other people, he or she may take a mask break.  

Q: Will facial coverings be provided by the school? 

A: The school will have a supply of facial coverings to provide students who do not have one or who have misplaced, damaged or non approved  facial coverings.  

Q: What happens if a student does not wear a facial covering?  

A: Prior to and on the first day of returning to campus, students will be instructed on how to to properly wear facial covering. Families will be notified if a student does not comply with wearing a facial covering and he/she may not be allowed to attend on campus learning.  

Q. Will students be required to clean their hands every time they exit and enter a classroom?

A.Yes, students will be required to sanitize when they enter and exit the classroom and are expected to wash their hands after using the restroom. 

*All health and safety guidelines and protocols will be clearly outlined prior to students returning to campus.

Q: What is a cohort? 

A: A cohort is a stable group that stays together for all on campus activities.

Q: Why is cohorting important at this time?

Cohorting guidance has been provided to school districts from the CDC and SDPHD. Cohorting may facilitate more efficient contact tracing in the event of a positive case and provide targeted measure to that one cohort rather than school wide.  Mixed cohorting (a student that moves from one group/room of students to another room/group of students) will be minimized if and when possible during the various phases of reopening.  

Q: How does a cohort work at the secondary level?

A: Cohorting in secondary schools is very challenging, as the definition of cohorting is to keep one small group of students together for the entire day. With secondary students taking a variety of classes and levels, this creates multiple complexities.

Q: What will students who opt in for on campus experiences do when they are not on campus?

A: All students will continue to follow their current BRIDGE schedule and Zoom into their classes.

Q:What will it look like if we opt for 100% online learning BRIDGE?

A: Students will continue to follow their current BRIDGE schedule and Zoom into their classes.

Q: What if I left the district to homeschool or attend a private school? May I re-enroll and have partial on-campus classes? 

A: Our survey is for currently enrolled students. If families choose to enroll at CMS or CHS, they will be placed according to preference if space allows.