Friday morning, Canutillo Independent School District officials released their back to school plan for the upcoming school year.
“Due to upward trends in infection rates, the Canutillo Independent School District is adopting a conservative approach in the interest of safety,” CISD officials shared via a news release.
The first day of instruction is August 3, 2020. The district will deliver instruction through remote platforms until Labor Day.
By Monday, September 7, 2020, the district will have communicated to parents whether to keep with 100% remote learning or continue with the reopening plans.
- At the elementary level, parents can elect to send their children to school for 100% face-to-face instruction or they can select the 100% remote learning option.
- Middle schools and CHS High School students may choose 100% remote learning or hybrid. The hybrid model will allow students to come into schools on certain days and remain at home on other days.
- NWECHS parents will receive information about their schedule from the campus.
District officials say that during the first week of school, campuses will offer small groups of students the opportunity to come to school, meet their teacher, practice social distancing and review the safety protocols.
Campuses will share further information regarding learning models and the opening week activity. This information will be placed on the campus and district websites next week along with other health and safety information.
Reopening plans were developed with survey information from parents, faculty and staff. Safety was the first consideration in the district’s deliberations.
“Please note, that this plan is subject to change depending on future guidance from health officials,” CISD officials added.
For more information, visit the Canutillo ISD website.