Calhoun County School District Instructional Continuity Plan

While our campuses will remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year, distance learning will continue through the end of the year.  The first sets of Edpacks are due and should be returned to your child’s school or any of the meal distribution sites.  The last round of Edpacks will be available beginning tomorrow, Tuesday, April 21st. Meal distribution will continue with the same schedule at the same locations. 

Graduation plans are being altered due to our current situation.  However, we want to make sure that our seniors get the recognition that they deserve.  Please be assured that this is in the forefront of our minds.  Several options are being discussed and plans will be forthcoming.    

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April 13, 2020

  • Collection of Edpacks will begin on Tuesday, April 14th through Tuesday, April 21st.

  • Please make sure your child’s name, grade and school are clearly visible on the Edpack.

  • Edpacks can be returned to your child’s school. Boxes are set up in front of each of the school's front office for drop off between the hours of 8:00 and 3:00.          

  • Edpacks can be taken to the food distribution sites, at the scheduled time for food distribution, where staff will receive them and return them to the proper school.

  • The second set of Edpacks will be available for pick up at each school beginning Tuesday, April 21st.

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March 29, 2020

Students and Parents will be encouraged to update contact information with schools to allow for two-way communication.

 Elementary

  • All students will continue their individual pathways in iReady for both reading and math. Students should work 45 minutes per subject per week.

  • Beginning March 30th, parents will be able to download instructional packets from the school website homepage and view suggested websites. If preferred, packets may be picked up at the schools or lunch distribution sites.

  • Packets are due on April 17th.

Middle and Secondary

  • All middle students will continue their individual pathways in iReady for both reading and math. Students should work 45 minutes per subject per week.

  • Instructional packets will be available for English, Math, Social Studies and Science only.

  • Beginning March 30th, parents will be able to download instructional packets from the school website homepage and view suggested websites. If preferred, packets may be picked up at the schools or lunch distribution sites.

  • Packets are due on April 17th.

 Virtual and Online Curriculum

Students who are enrolled in virtual online curriculum such as Edmentum or FLVS should continue to work with their virtual teachers to complete their coursework.