STUDENT DAILY SYMPTOM CHECKLIST
Clear Creek Elementary School District Learning and Continuity Attendance Plan (LCP)
School Meals Available to All Students
Clear Creek School will provide free breakfast and lunch meals Monday through Friday to students less than 18 years of age until the end of the year. If you would like to order breakfast and lunch please have your child order them from their teacher during morning attendance or call the office at 530-273-3664 by 8:00 am. Breakfasts and lunches will be provided by Central Kitchen, the same vendor that provides our daily school lunches. We will provide lunch for that day and breakfast for the following day Students that are attending school on campus will take their lunch home with them at 11:30 am and students that are learning from home will need to pick up their meals in the school office between 12pm and 12:30 pm daily. This program will be solely for the pick-up of meals. Meals will not be consumed on-site. Please call the school office if you have any questions.
Clear Creek Reopening Plan and Exposure Guide
Congratulation’s, Mrs. Bullock!
After 30 years of dedicated service to Clear Creek School, Lesley Bullock has decided to retire! Mrs. Bullock began her career at Clear Creek in August 1990. She has performed her duties throughout the grade levels in every classroom, in the library as our librarian, as our Book Fair coordinator, in Homework Club, in our lunchroom, and out on the playground. She has given her time and talents freely and willingly to everyone on campus. Mrs. Bullock is always willing to help support teachers and students in any way she can with a determination and commitment that is unmatched. We will all miss her sense of humor, kindness, and friendship, but wish her all the best in the next stage of life. She has plans to move closer to her children and grandchildren to be an active part of their lives. It will be bittersweet to see her leave Clear Creek School, but know there are still many great adventures waiting for her in retirement. Congratulations and Best Wishes, Lesley Bullock!
LET’S TALK NEVADA COUNTY-RESOURCES FOR TAKING CARE OF YOURSELF AND OTHERS, RESOURCES, UPCOMING ACTIVITIES
Fall is here! I am looking forward to enjoying some cooler days and nights soon. Even with all of the changes this year, our routine is going well and our daily schedule is running smoothly. I want to thank our fantastic staff, students, parents, and Board members for your support, positivity, and cooperation. I am very proud to be part of this school community that has truly come together to provide our students and children an effective, caring, and safe learning environment both on campus and at home.
In order to provide an additional 30 minutes of on campus instruction, dismissal for the 1st -8th grade students will be moved to 12:00 noon instead of 11:30 beginning Monday, October 12th. TK/Kindergarten students will still be dismissed at 11:30 AM. We will provide a supervised space for Kindergarten students with older siblings to wait until the 12:00 noon pick-up time for your convenience. Our teachers are working very diligently to provide both online and on campus instruction each day and they are doing an amazing job! We appreciate all of our online and on campus students and will continue to strive to provide all of our students quality instruction.
While this year has presented some challenges for all of us, it is important that students attend school daily whether they are on campus or online. School attendance is critical to your child’s success. We experienced an interrupted school year last spring and shorter days this year, so daily attendance and participation provides students consistency and academic confidence. Please schedule appointments outside of the instructional day and plan trips during our scheduled breaks to avoid absences.
Please complete the symptom check each morning before school with your child. If they do exhibit any symptoms, please refer to the follow up protocol and call the school office to let us know. I understand the follow up can be inconvenient, but we want to keep all students and staff healthy and our school open. I appreciate your cooperation and understanding.
Finally, this month may bring PSPS outages. If Clear Creek’s power is turned off due to wildfire danger, the school will be closed. I will use our School Messenger all call system to notify our school community if we need to close.
Fall Break is October 19th-23rd; maybe we all will be able to enjoy some beautiful fall weather soon!
Clear Creek Elementary School District