Summer School Safety Plans and Procedures

SUMMER SCHOOL SAFETY PLANS AND PROCEDURES

As the world around has changed over the past few months, it is important for the Clinton School District to follow the guidance of local, state and national health officials to protect the safety of our students and staff, and to also do our part to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. The guidance and advice we receive has led us to make some changes to our Summer School daily operations.

The District will be sharing some of the safety protocols and plans that are being used during Summer School. The plan is evolving daily, so please stay up-to-date by following our social media pages, and website.

GENERAL SUMMER SCHOOL INFO:
Face-to-face summer school will be offered this year June 15-July 10 for students entering kindergarten-5th grade. Online options are available for CMS and CHS students and will be held June 3rd-last week of June (please contact CMS/CHS for more info). Students attending face-to-face summer school must be enrolled by June 1st to participate.

SMALL CLASS SIZES:
One of the safety precautions the District is putting in place is to limit the number of students in a classroom. This year, classrooms will be limited to 12 students. The District will also be utilizing two buildings this year, Henry Elementary and Clinton Intermediate, to help with social distancing.

CORE INSTRUCTION FOCUS:
The focus of this year’s Summer School curriculum will be on what students missed out on from not being in school during the 4th quarter. We are hopeful that this core instruction focus and smaller class sizes will help prepare our students with the skills they need to begin the new school year in August. 



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