Happy Sunday, Seahawk Families it’s Principal Knight with your weekly Seahawk Playbook. Welcome to Week 19 of the school year. I hope you and your Seahawk had a great weekend!
Here’s What’s Happening in Seahawk News This Week:
- How great is it to be done with school-wide MAPs testing? Yes, it’s over for the winter administration. Thank you for encouraging your student to do his/her best to keep growing!
- Please remember that this Friday, January 29th is now a full designated Teacher Workday. As such, it will be a full asynchronous learning day for students.
- Beginning Monday, February 1, all Cohort 1 students (select special education students who are already eligible for in-person learning) will be eligible to attend in-person learning five days a week instead of four days a week. All other middle school students will remain in a virtual learning environment, five days a week, when the third marking period begins on Monday, February 1st.
- Also, beginning on February 1st, the expectation for students to turn on their cameras at the direction of their teacher will become effective. Remember, parents may elect to waive the camera-on expectation by notifying their child’s school in writing. Please email me at Lashante_Knight@ccpsnet.net if you would like to waive the camera-on expectation for your child.
- As we enter the second semester, the Middle School Athletic Council will continue to review data and make recommendations that align with current procedures and protocols that must be followed in regards to athletics. The Athletic Council will provide updates pending the February 9th School Board meeting, so that we can better discern a possible return date for middle school students, and potentially, middle school athletics.
- Please don’t forget to consider joining the Kroger Rewards program to support our school. By doing so, our school automatically earns a small percentage of what you spend at the store that comes at no cost to you. Here is more information on the Kroger Rewards Program, as well as a link that details how to sign up. Thank you for your support!
Grade Level Newsletters
Save the Dates:
1/27- Grade 6 Virtual Safe Assembly
1/29- Quarter/Semester close
1/29-Asynchronous Learning Day (no longer half day)
2/1-Students begin new semester Electives courses
2/1-Student course scheduling begins
Other Important Links
If you are experiencing issues with Canvas contact: Thomas_Acker@ccpsnet.net
If your child is experiencing technical difficulties with their Chromebook and/or needs a new one click here for access to the CCPS Chromebook Basics homepage and navigate to the tech support form.
If your child needs a new Chromebook Charger:CCPS Chromebook Charger Replacement Information
CCPS Meal Service
To best serve families while students are away from school in an all-virtual learning environment, Chesterfield County Public Schools’ Food and Nutrition Services has added offsite meals distribution locations and reopened many school locations for curbside pickup.
All Chesterfield County youth ages 18 and under, regardless of household income, are eligible to receive free school meals through June 18, 2021. Curbside pick-up for FREE meals for children ages 18 and under will be offered on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays only.
To see the full update and meals distribution locations and times, visit bit.ly/CCPSMealsUpdates