Virtual Care School Nurse – ARcare is accepting applications for a LPN to assist with the Virtual Care Program at Clarksville Schools. The Virtual Care School Nurse works as part of the clinical provider team and will work alongside the school nurse to attend to any needs students or staff may have. Work schedule for this position will coincide with school schedule. Qualifications: Current Arkansas LPN license and CPR. Duties: Assist in primary health care, patient education, E.M.R., direct patient contact. Follow the link to fill out your application today! https://secure.jotformpro.com/form/51135254089959
over 1 year ago, Clarksville School District
ARCare
ARCare
Congratulations to Mrs. DeAnn Blackard, our Literacy Specialist, for being honored by the Arkansas Literacy Association for her Exemplary Service in the Promotion of Literacy in the Community. Mrs. Blackard works tirelessly to promote literacy both at school and in the community. We are blessed to have her as part of our team at CPS!
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
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Parents: I just wanted to put out a reminder to make sure your student has their mask on everyday when they come to school. We are giving out a lot more of the disposable masks lately. I know that most everyone has their masks everyday and I appreciate that! I also know that sometimes we forget our mask at home (me included). Just please do your best to have masks on students when they come to school. Thank you, Mr. Mooney
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
Parents: Schoology should be up and working now.
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
Parents: A message from out technology department: Schoology is now authenticating through office 365. When you go to https://csdar.schoology.com use the SSO. The login will be your full email address and password. Off campus students will need to do the same for now.
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
Parents: If you are not able to get into Schoology this morning it is because the state network has a widespread outage. We are working to resolve the problem as quickly as possible but there is no projected time for a solution yet. Some students have been able to log in using the QR code so you might try that. Students will not be held accountable for work not turned in due to this outage.
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
Make up flu clinic: Please click on the links for make up flu clinic information. If you are a parent of an at school student and want them to get the make up flu shot send your teacher a note and she will send the form home. Virtual students will fill out paperwork when they come to get their flu shot. https://5il.co/n12z Spanish https://5il.co/n12w Karen https://5il.co/n12y English
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
Tomorrow, November 6th, is a Blended Friday. Buses will run reduced routes. The afternoon route will begin at 12:10 PM. School will start at the regular time and be open until 3 PM . All students are expected to participate in their virtual classrooms tomorrow.
over 1 year ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Parents: Make up pictures and pictures for virtual students will be Thursday November 19th. Click on the link below to access the picture form. If you want a paper form and pre-pay instead of ordering on-line contact Mrs. Dobbins in the Primary office. The form has pricing information. https://5il.co/mly4
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
This Friday, October 30th, will be a district wide Flex Day. Flex Days are intended to be used by staff members needing professional development hours. This is not a virtual day; school will be closed. The Clarksville Football Team will be traveling to Harrison Friday night. Have a great long weekend!
over 1 year ago, Clarksville School District
Jack-o-lantern Trick or Treat
Parents, The weather will be turning cooler soon! Please do not send students to school in shorts after Friday October 23rd. Students will be allowed to wear shorts again after spring break provided the weather is warm enough. Thank you, Mr. Mooney
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
The following changes are ONLY for "Blended Fridays:" This week will bring our third “Blended Friday.” We originally stated we would run regular bus routes for the first two weeks, in order to determine the number of buses, and bus stops needed to provide for the students electing to come on-site for the blended virtual day. After observing the first two Fridays, we will no longer make door to door bus stops. Instead, the following changes will be made to bus stops, and pick-up and drop-off times. BLENDED FRIDAY BUS STOPS AND TIMES: West Part of District—Bus #36 Crosswoods/Kountry Kitchen (Big parking Lot off Hwy. 64) South/Central Part of District—Bus #39 Clarksville Medical Group (North side parking lot across street, McKennon St.) Northwest Part of District—Bus #43 U of O Gym (North side of parking lot on Buchanan St.) Northeast Part of District—Bus #44 Soccer Complex (Parking lot off Hwy. 164 behind Green Source Recycling) East Part of District—Bus #46 Atwoods (Parking lot off Rogers St.) The morning bus stop times for ALL locations will be 7:30 a.m. The afternoon bus stop times for ALL locations will be 12:10 p.m.
over 1 year ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Parents, click on the links for flu shot reminders and make up information. https://5il.co/m9ee https://5il.co/m9ef
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
I am hearing there is a problem with Moby Max. Our tech. Department is looking into it. I may be tomorrow before it is going again.
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
Click on the links for information on blended Fridays in Karen and Spanish: Spanish: https://5il.co/je2o Karen: https://5il.co/lqdk
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
The Clarksville School Board recently approved a change to the district’s Ready for Learning Plan. The change creates a 4+1 blended schedule. This means Monday through Thursday will be school as normal, but Friday will be a blended-virtual, and on-site day. The first blended day will begin Friday, October 9th. “Blended Fridays” give parents/students the option of learning from home or school. Students who choose to learn from home on Fridays will not be counted absent. Instruction on blended Fridays will be 100% virtual. These are catch-up days for teachers and students: there will be no new content taught or major assessments given. This change is being made primarily to help ease the burden on our faculty. We have listened and we trust the feedback received from our teachers: the amount of work required with our current model of instruction is not sustainable. Blended Fridays will give teachers protected time for the added tasks that have come with this unusual school year, and are designed to bring relief to everyone: parents, students, and staff. This is a hard time for all of us. We hope this will help. Meals will be provided to all students that choose to attend school on blended Fridays. Pickup meals will also be provided for virtual students. Buses will continue to run regular routes for the first two blended Fridays. However, starting on October 23rd, bus stops, routes, and times will be changing. We will provide updates on the busing adjustments. To see the Ready for Learning Plan, click on link below. https://5il.co/lpp3 For further explanation, click video link below. https://youtu.be/k3ZxoqQS4dg
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
Clarksville Food Service Information Concerning Blended Fridays English https://5il.co/lpuo Spanish https://5il.co/lpuq Karen https://5il.co/lpup
over 1 year ago, Clarksville School District
Food Service
The Clarksville School Board recently approved a change to the district’s Ready for Learning Plan. The change creates a 4+1 blended schedule. This means Monday through Thursday will be school as normal, but Friday will be a blended-virtual, and on-site day. The first blended day will begin Friday, October 9th. “Blended Fridays” give parents/students the option of learning from home or school. Students who choose to learn from home on Fridays will not be counted absent. Instruction on blended Fridays will be 100% virtual. These are catch-up days for teachers and students: there will be no new content taught or major assessments given. This change is being made primarily to help ease the burden on our faculty. We have listened and we trust the feedback received from our teachers: the amount of work required with our current model of instruction is not sustainable. Blended Fridays will give teachers protected time for the added tasks that have come with this unusual school year, and are designed to bring relief to everyone: parents, students, and staff. This is a hard time for all of us. We hope this will help. Meals will be provided to all students that choose to attend school on blended Fridays. Pickup meals will also be provided for virtual students. Buses will continue to run regular routes for the first two blended Fridays. However, starting on October 23rd, bus stops, routes, and times will be changing. We will provide updates on the busing adjustments. To see the Ready for Learning Plan, click on link below. https://5il.co/lpp3 For further explanation, click video link below. https://youtu.be/k3ZxoqQS4dg
over 1 year ago, Clarksville School District
Ready for Learning ADE
Important Information For Parents: Pictures have been re-scheduled for Wednesday Oct. 21st. Forms will come home the week of October 12th. Please pay close attention to the note attached to the form for payment and package instructions. Virtual students will still have their pictures made on make up day (if parents wish) in November. We haven't set that date yet but will let you know when we do. Flu shots have been re-scheduled for October 22nd. Virtual students will have their flu shot (if parents wish) on make up day. That date has yet to be determined but we will let you know as soon as we know.
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
All Clarksville Schools will be OPEN for onsite learning tomorrow, Tuesday, September 29. The following link will take you to a video explaining our situation. https://youtu.be/FM7bpWc2QqQ
almost 2 years ago, Dr. David Hopkins