Crosslake Community School COVID Update
Cliff Skagen, Executive Director of Crosslake Community School gives us his statement regarding their plans and COVID-19
They, much like many other schools, will provide some meals and child care to those in need
For more information and resources, Executive Director Skagen directs you to the Crosslake Community School website
In a release March 18th:
Following are hot topics for our families:
•Staff is on site today through Friday, March 27(8 days). CCS will not have instructional days during these 8 days.
•The school building is open from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.•CCS is planning for distance learning and e-learning duringthe next 8 days.CCS will involve some aspects of e-learning since we are a state approved online learning provider.
•Monday, March 30, school will resume. CCSwill begin instructing students either in ourschool or in a distance learning format.We will wait for Governor Waltz’s direction as we get closer to March 30.
•Childcare is available during the day for healthcare and emergency workers for no charge.•Childcare is available from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. for a fee.•All lockers will be emptied. Please call school to make arrangements to pickupyour student’s belongingsbefore March 27. Staff will have your student’s belongs ready to go.
•Our breakfast and lunch program to our families starts today. If you are interested in breakfast or lunch daily, please call the school to make arrangements. This program is available to all family members under the age of 18.
•Will your student need the use of a school computer? A survey was sent previously –if you indicated yes on the survey, your student has been added to the distribution list.If you did not complete the survey, please contact the school to be added to thelist.
•CCS’s webpage has a special tab just for Covid-19 matters. For your convenience, click the following link:https://www.crosslakekids.org/covid-19.html.