We look forward to a great week of teaching and learning in Cougar Country!
CMS Plan B - We are so excited to have our students back on campus! As a reminder, if you have questions about your child's rotation, daily schedule or in-person supplies needed, please reach out to your child's homeroom teacher. Under plan B, students will participate in a mix of in-classroom and remote learning. From an operational and academic standpoint, this plan will enable the most students to have a balance of in-classroom and remote learning while maintaining student and staff health and safety. Please review our Plan B Principal's Chat recording for important updates about schedules and safety.
Safety - The safety, health and well-being of our students, staff, families and community is a top priority. CMS is committed to multiple strategies to ensure safety in our schools including requiring face coverings. The NC DHHS StrongSchoolsNC toolkit requires public schools to conduct a COVID-19 symptom screening of any person entering a school building. The CMS Symptoms Screener survey must be completed each day before reporting to school to determine if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or have recently been exposed. All information provided is kept confidential. Based on your survey results, you will be approved to go to school or will be asked to stay at home. Also, parents if you are walking your child to school or are dropping your child off in carpool, we ask that you wear a face covering at all times when on campus.
Celebrating Diversity - The Living African American History Museum displayed on our Cougar Morning News for the month of February has been amazing! If you have not tuned in yet, know that our students K-5 are depicting the lives of past, present and future African American Heroes each day! The presentations have left the morning audience feeling inspired as students share the legacy of famous African American Civil Rights Leaders, Politicians, Inventors, Authors and Entrepreneurs! Thank you students for your hard work on your depictions of living history. A special thank you goes out to Ms. Pointer and Ms. Stevens for your creation of this year's African American History Month Celebration!
Alicia Hash, Principal