Frequently Asked Questions

Updated 8/7/20

CVSD continues to monitor information about COVID-19. This page will be updated regularly. If you have questions that you would like answered, please email We will answer questions as we have information available. 

Will more Chromebook devices be distributed for my child? 
Yes, we distribute additional Chrombebook devices for students prior to school starting. Stay tuned for details.
Where can I get the most up-to-date information on the local COVID response?
Here is your official factual source:
Are food services available for our families?
Yes, kids, age 18 and under, can enjoy a free, nutritious, walk-up breakfast and lunch while our schools are closed. Registration is not required and children do not need to be a CVSD student to participate. No paperwork or ID is required. Children must be present to pick up.
Where can I find resources for my family during the pandemic?
Are events and activities cancelled? 
Yes, until further notice.
Are CVSD school playgrounds limited currently?
No. On June 5, Spokane Regional Health District's Dr. Bob Lutz Rescinds Local Health Officer Order Regarding Public Playgrounds
Will childcare services be available for our families?
If you need help finding childcare in general, check here:
If my child has flu-like symptoms, when should they return to school after school resumes?
Parents with a child with flu-like symptoms are recommended to keep sick children at home until their symptoms are gone and until they have been free of fever (less than 100°F, without the use of fever-reducing medicine) for at least 72 hours.
Will parents be notified if there is a suspected case of COVID-19 in my school?
Yes. We will share this information, while still protecting the individual privacy and identity of student or staff.
Updated 8/7/20