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CUSD Athletics will begin summertime Athletics and Activities for High School Sports on June 8th. CUSD Athletic and Activity Departments will be communicating their site-specific opening plans leading up to June 8th. CUSD Athletics has created a guidance for Opening High School Athletics and Activities that encompasses COVID-19 Education, Cleaning, and Gathering Protocols, Return to Physical Activity, CUSD Stages to Return to Activity, and much more. CUSD Athletics is excited to welcome back our student-athletes to our schools in a safe and organized manner.
Guidelines for Parent Registration
Only one parent/guardian allowed during registration process. Please do not bring children to your appointment.
Parents are required to:
April 9, 2020
Dear CUSD Families,
We are in our 13th day of school closure since returning from the two-week intersession. I know there are still unanswered questions and we will be addressing all of them in the days ahead. Recapping what has been done to-date:
I would encourage you to maintain contact with your site administrator and individual teacher(s) with questions related to instruction.
We understand there is tremendous demand on families who have limited technology in their homes and multiple family members who need access. We are moving cautiously and deliberately in order to consider our decisions from all perspectives. The stress level is high for everyone involved and, at this point, we are committed to doing everything we can to minimize the additional pressure we are applying so that you can more easily prioritize the health and safety of your family.
With prayers and positive thoughts for a speedy resolve.
Camille Casteel, Ed.D
Students will earn a letter grade for the second semester, which will be a combination of their 3rd quarter grades and work completed during 4th quarter. The instructional focus of the assignments is to provide preparation for the next grade level, and will be delivered virtually or through hard copy resources. The following guidelines will be utilized for high school grading:
Students will need to keep up with the online work provided by their Dual Enrollment teacher(s). Students must demonstrate minimum competencies/skills, as determined by the community college, to finish the semester and earn credit. Although a student's grade can not drop for CUSD, the grade can drop for Chandler Gilbert Community College if a student does not complete assignments. With this in mind, it is important for dual enrollment students to complete the required assignments to maintain or improve their grade for CGCC. Chandler Gilbert Community College will work with CUSD teachers to ensure that students who successfully complete the dual enrollment coursework will earn their college credit.
Chandler Online: Grading procedures remain the same.