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
over 1 year ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Las escuelas de Clarksville estarán cerradas al aprendizaje en el aula el lunes 28 de septiembre de 2020. La situación se reevaluará el lunes para determinar si la escuela puede reabrir o si el distrito debe permanecer cerrado al aprendizaje en el aula. Todos los maestros y el personal informarán como de costumbre para captar la atención a nuestros estudiantes a través del aprendizaje remoto. Todos los estudiantes deben continuar con sus clases mientras están en casa a través de Schoology. Esperamos tener una actualización sobre esta situación antes del cierre del lunes. Este cierre se debe a la cantidad de miembros del personal que actualmente están infectados o en cuarentena debido al COVID-19. Consulte los archivos adjuntos sobre la distribución de comidas escolares. Si tiene alguna inquietud o pregunta, comuníquese con el director de la escuela de su estudiante o con la oficina del superintendente.
over 1 year ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Clarksville Schools will be closed to onsite learning Monday, September 25, 2020. The situation will be reevaluated Monday to determine if school can reopen, or if the district should remain closed to onsite learning. All faculty and staff will report as usual to engage our students through remote learning. All students need to continue with their classes while at home via Schoology. We hope to have an update on this situation by close of business Monday. This closure is due to the number of staff members that are currently infected or under quarantine due to COVID-19. Please see attachments regarding school meal distributions. If you have any concerns please contact your child's building principal or the superintendent's office. https://5il.co/lhhq https://5il.co/lhhu https://5il.co/lhhp
over 1 year ago, Dr. David Hopkins
Parents: We will be doing Vision, Hearing and BMI screening on our students in the next few weeks. If you would prefer your student does not have a BMI screening please send a note with your student to school. If your child fails any part of the Vision & Hearing screening Nurse walker will inform you. ** All virtual students will have Vision, Hearing and BMI done on October 3rd or 10th at the Clarksville Fine Arts Center from 8:00-4:00. You will bring your virtual student by anytime between 8:00-4:00 on either the 3rd or 10th. You can choose what day to come by & no appointment needed. Please walk your student to the marked doors at the Fine Arts Center and we will pick them up at the door and have you wait right outside. The screening should only take around 10 minutes. Please come by for this screening as it is very important. If any questions feel free to call Nurse Walker at 979-6003.
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
This message is for parents of virtual students: Instead of virtual students coming for pictures with onsite students on October 16th, they will come on picture make up day in November. I will let everyone know when that date is set. Thanks, Mr. Mooney
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
If you are a parent of a virtual learner and would like for them to return to on site instruction you no longer have to wait until nine weeks. If you are interested in doing this please contact Mr. Mooney or Mrs. Dobbins at 979-6000
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
First Grade Parents: Click on the link for information concerning Boy Scout sign ups: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5tgwiiYono&feature=youtu.be
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
Here is the actual link to our Virtual Book Fair: https://www.scholastic.com/bf/clarksvilleprimaryschool1
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
Click this link to check out our Virtual Book Fair! https://5il.co/kxh9
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
Virtual Kindergarten Parents: Istation assessment for our virtual kindergarten students will be on Tuesday, September 15. The time will be 3:30-4:30. Your child will complete all of the Istation assessments during this time. Please bring your child and his/her iPad to the school on this date. Thank you! La evaluación de Istation para nuestros estudiantes virtuales de kínder será el martes 15 de septiembre. El horario será de 3: 30 a 4: 30. Su hijo(a) completará todas las evaluaciones de Istation durante este tiempo. Por favor, traiga a su hijo(a) y su iPad a la escuela esta fecha. ¡Gracias!
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
Parents: We are having problems with our phone system. The phone company is aware. If you are unable to contact us by phone please email Mrs. Dobbins- sheri.dobbins@csdar.org or me- mark.mooney@csdar.org.
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
Virtual Parents: I made a mistake on the last post I put out about iStation testing. First grade will test this Wednesday AND Thursday at 3:30 in our computer lab. Kindergarten testing will be next week (I will put out dates and time soon). I am so sorry for the confusion. Again, the lab will be disinfected before students arrive and everyone will need to wear a mask.
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
Virtual Parents: A reminder that first grade students will need to come to school tomorrow (Wednesday Sept. 9th at 3:30) and Kindergarten will need to come Thursday Sept. 10th. at 3:30 for state mandated iStation testing. This testing will be done in our computer lab. The lab will be disinfected prior to students coming. Please make sure you and your student wear a mask. The testing shouldn't take more than an hour.
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
We have had several questions about fall pictures. They will be Friday October 16th.
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney
If you got a call about only Kindergarten girls coming tomorrow and boys only coming Tuesday please disregard. All Kindergarten students come to school tomorrow.
over 1 year ago, Mark Mooney