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April 29, 2020

 

CUSD Families and Staff,


Thank you for your ongoing patience and support as we continue to assess and navigate circumstances affecting school closures and distance learning. We recognize that this time is not easy for anyone, and appreciate the extraordinary efforts of our staff in ensuring that students continue to learn from home. We also appreciate the remarkable resilience of families suddenly tasked with managing that learning while balancing many other demands. You are an exceptional team.


Students have also had their lives turned upside down, and none more so than our CUSD Class of 2020. To leave open the possibility that we could hold graduation and promotion ceremonies as originally planned, should the prohibitions on large group gatherings be lifted or eased by early June, we have held off making decisions about these events for as long as feasible. However, with the ceremonies now just over a month away, we must move forward with alternate plans for celebrating our Class of 2020 who are so deserving of all the accolades, congratulations, and support we can offer.


The families of high school seniors have been contacted by their respective schools regarding plans for virtual graduation ceremonies. Please know that these are not meant to replace actual ceremonies over the summer, should large gatherings become possible. For now, the virtual ceremonies will be as close to the real thing as we can get while maintaining the safety of students, families, and staff. Please watch for more details here and on CUSD social media.


Families of eighth-graders will be contacted soon by their respective schools regarding plans to celebrate the achievements of students being promoted to high school. Although these celebrations cannot include large gatherings, our eighth-graders, too, are deserving of recognition for all they have accomplished. We are extremely proud of these efforts, and look forward to all that is yet to come for the Class of 2024.


In addition, summer school is canceled through the end of June with the exception of online credit recovery for high school students. The summer ASES program is also canceled through June; however, resources will be provided digitally for supplemental activities students can do at home. More information will be forthcoming as we continue to explore options beyond June.


Even as our schools, families, staff, and community continue to adapt and sacrifice in the interest of public health and safety, we know that this situation is temporary, and we will emerge stronger when this crisis has passed.

 

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