Click play to enjoy the mileage improvement and new construction of the Cleveland County School District.
April 9, 2021
For Immediate Release:
Governor Asa Hutchinson announced Tuesday, March 30 that he was lifting the statewide mask mandate in Arkansas, effective immediately. After the press conference, schools were notified that this announcement does not change the guidance and recommendations for schools from the Arkansas Department of Health or Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. They both strongly advise districts to continue to follow all measures that have allowed successful in-person learning to occur, which include physical distancing, mask wearing, hand washing, cleaning and maintaining healthy facilities, and identification of close contacts.
Cleveland County School District adopted a Ready for Learning Plan for this school year in adherence to those recommendations. The procedures we have followed since the beginning of the year have helped prevent person-to-person spread of the virus among students and staff while at school. For this reason, the District will continue following ADH and ADE recommendations and the Ready for Learning Plan until further notice, which includes continuing the requirement of mask wearing. We will review our plan again as the year draws to a close after seeking public comments, and take those into consideration as we begin to plan for the 2021-2022 school year.
The updated Ready for Learning Plan and Public Comment links are below.
Updated Ready for Learning Plan Link CCSD Ready for Learning Plan 20-21 UPDATED 4 1 2021.docx Public Comment and Survey on RFL Plan Link G:\My Drive\American Rescue Plan Act for CCSD.gform