CCSD Family and Educator Update 2-5-2022


2.5.22


2022 CCSD Winter Survey For families & employees

It’s February and it’s here! The third annual CCSD Winter Survey is open and awaiting your answers. How should CCSD prioritize spending? Does your child feel welcome and safe at school? Are you receiving the communication that you need? Answer these questions and more in the 2022 CCSD Winter Survey. The Board of Education uses this information as they make budget decisions for the upcoming school year. District and school leaders use the information to address how we meet the needs of students, educators, and families. 


TLCC Survey For school-based employees

The 2022 Teaching & Learning Conditions Colorado Survey is open now through February 18th. Results from this survey provide important insight into the current state of schools for educators. All school-based educators are invited to complete the TLCC survey. State and district leaders review the survey results (we need at least 50% participation to do this) as a means to address challenges and celebrate what’s working. Message from the most amazing Colorado Commissioner of Education, Katy Anthes.


Celebrate the people in CCSD loudly!

Do you know someone who exemplifies one of the attributes on the CCSD Graduate Profile? Submit their name using this nomination form: https://forms.gle/WASewnxj9jpAdW5J8. The CCSD Board of Education celebrates students, staff, and community members at business meetings based on these nominations. 


COVID rapid tests

CCSD has rapid tests available for interested families at each school. Thanks to the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment, CDPHE, school districts can access rapid, over the counter COVID tests. Employees continue to have access to these rapid tests, as well as PCR tests at each school site. We are now able to extend an offer to families to pick up rapid tests at school sites. Contact Shelby.Hicks@ccsdre1.org or Sara.Blais@ccsdre1.org with questions. 


We continue to mask in schools, however we are monitoring what’s happening in our community and those nearby. Looking ahead, it’s starting to feel more hopeful! Our immediate challenge is to keep staff in schools and on buses so that we continue to remain open. As our County Commissioners, Board of Education, and County Health Department discuss public health orders, we will keep the community updated.