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Reopening Committees

Listening to Your Valuable Input

Our committees wanted to hear all of our parents' thoughts on this important topic as this input matters greatly to us. We conducted an online survey of almost 15,000 families through Critical Data, a local research firm. More than 4,000 parents completed the survey. Here is a summary of the results. There will be additional opportunities for your feedback. We will be hosting webinars for families to learn more and have their questions answered in the coming month, more details to come. 
 
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Timeline to 2020 School Reopening:

 

2020 School Reopening Advisory Committee:

We convened a large group of stakeholders to work on this important task. Committee members were selected from our Parent Advisory Committee, which has representatives from of all of our schools; rounded out by community leaders, educators and staff with a range of skill sets to assist with this critical work. There were a large number of our community members willing to roll up their sleeves. While we could not have everyone on the committee, we value the essential input and enthusiasm from everyone. 

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Core Committee

– Lead by STCU Chief Marketing Officer Marty Dickinson and CVSD Superintendent Ben Small
 
Committee notes do not represent any final decisions and are meant only to reflect the discussions of our committees.
Safe School Operations

Safe Operations Subcommittee

– Lead by CVSD Deputy Superintendent Jay Rowell
 
Committee notes do not represent any final decisions and are meant only to reflect the discussions of our committees.
Elementary

Elementary School Learning & Teaching Subcommittee

– Lead by CVSD Assistant Superintendent of Elementary Terrie VanderWegen
 
Committee notes do not represent any final decisions and are meant only to reflect the discussions of our committees.
Middle School

Middle School Learning & Teaching Subcommittee

– Lead by CVSD Executive Director of Secondary Matt Lambert
 
Committee notes do not represent any final decisions and are meant only to reflect the discussions of our committees.
High School 

High School Learning & Teaching Subcommittee

– Lead by CVSD Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Kent Martin
 
Committee notes do not represent any final decisions and are meant only to reflect the discussions of our committees.