Updates and Information October 25 2020
October 25, 2020
I hope this update finds you well on another beautiful fall morning.
District COVID Data Dashboard
This week’s District COVID Data Dashboard is posted to the webpage. Total school related cases remain at 5 with no new cases this past week. There was no transmission of the virus within the schools as a result of the 5 cases.
Local COVID Community Data
The Concord and Carlisle dashboard is being updated after a late release of the community data from the state this week. The state’s data indicates that Concord remains in the green range and Carlisle in the white.
The Concord Town Manager and Concord Board of Health released a Halloween Advisory. Please read carefully in order to ensure a safe and fun Halloween for everyone.
Theater and Kicks for Cancer
Congratuations to CCHS Theater for bringing the stage back to life through a creative approach to an outdoor performance. Another tradition at CCHS, Kicks for Cancer, is occuring virtually and culminated in a modified day of soccer yesterday to raise funds and support those impacted by the disease.
Appreciation and Caution
The low virus rates locally reflect ongoing commitment to safe practices. With rising cases across the state, it is imperative that we remain vigilant and exercise caution. Wearing masks, physically distancing, and limiting social groups is crucial. Our ability to offer programs and in-person school depends on the rates remaining low.
WIQH Special Programming
The radio station is hosting special programming related to cultural competency, equity, anti-racism, and cancer awareness through authentic conversations between students and faculty. The programs are available on the WIQH website if you are not able to listen to the broadcasts.
Suspension of Snow Days
The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education officially approved remote learning days in lieu of snow day cancellations.
A survey of staff, parents, and students will be distributed in November. The results will guide us as we enter the middle of the school year.
Concord Free Public Library Events
The Concord Free Public Library continues to offer virtual programs for families and students. Among the list of events is a Spooky Family Trivia Night on October 30.
The Joint School Committees meet on Tuesday evening. A SEPAC parent forum with me and Director of Student Services Ruth Grube will be held on Thursday night. Special education parents received an email with the Zoom information.
November 4- K-5 Elementary Conferences- NO CLASSES
November 11- Veteran’s Day- NO CLASSES
November 16- Professional Day- NO CLASSES
November 25- Early Release All School
November 26 and 27- Thanksgiving Break
Thank you for your ongoing support. Enjoy the rest of the weekend!