Cape Cod Tech's May Update

Updated May 7, 2021

Cape Cod Tech Community

On Monday, May 10th we will return to a "normal" 8 am - 2:35 pm schedule. However, we will continue with our yellow and blue cohorts for one more week. Monday will be a Blue Day and Tuesday Yellow, so on and so forth for the week A full color-coded calendar can be found below. One thing that will make things easier, we will have one bus schedule. This will be our bus schedule for the remainder of the year. Please click below to review when and where you will be picked up.


On Monday, May 10th at 6pm Mr. Stockwell will offer a presentation on Senior Project for the parents and guardians of juniors. This will be a similar presntation to the one he did in March. If you attended that presentation and do not have questions, you do not need to attend Monday's event. See more info below.


May 10 through May 14

We will run the 8 am - 2:35 schedule for everybody, while maintaining and observing Blue and Yellow Cohort days in the academic schedule. Click here for a Bell Schedule. This means all technical students will attend school from 8 am - 2:35pm, all Blue Academic students will attend school from 8 am - 2:35 pm on Blue Days, and all Yellow Academic students will attend school from 8 am - 2:35 pm on Yellow Days.


May 17 through May 21

We are 100%. We will run the 8am - 2:35pm schedule for everybody, and every student must attend every day. (Note: Remote students will remain at home in remote classes until the end of the year.) Click here for a Bell Schedule. This means all technical students AND all academic students will attend school from 8am - 2:35pm. We will no longer hold Blue and Yellow Days.


May 24 through May 28

9th, 11th and 12th are 100%. We will run the 8am - 2:35pm schedule for everybody, and all 9th, 11th, and 12th grade students must attend every day. (Note: Remote students will remain at home in remote classes until the end of the year.) Click here for a Bell Schedule. This means all technical students AND all academic students will attend school from 8am - 2:35pm. We will no longer hold Blue and Yellow Days.


10th-grade students will continue their MCAS testing and attend every other day according to their Blue or Yellow cohort.


June 1 through June 17

We are 100%. We will run the 8am - 2:35pm schedule for everybody, and every student must attend every day. SENIORS' LAST DAY IS JUNE 4. (Note: Remote students will remain at home in remote classes until the end of the year.) Click here for a Bell Schedule. This means all technical students AND all academic students will attend school from 8am - 2:35pm. We will no longer hold Blue and Yellow Days.



Below you will also find the Updated 2021 School Calendar for the remainder of the year...we hope. Below the 2020-2021 calendar, you will find the May Blue/Yellow Cohort Calendar and a June Calendar.


Thank you,

Mr. Terranova

New Schedule For May 10 -May 28

May 10-May 14 Maroon Cycle:


9th and 11th Graders: In School (at CCT) Academic Classes every other day from 8 am - 2:35 pm

The following cohorts attend in-person on each scheduled day:

  • May 10: Blue Academic Cohort
  • May 11: Yellow Academic Cohort
  • May 12: Blue Academic Cohort
  • May 13: Yellow Academic Cohort
  • May 14: Blue Academic Cohort


10th and 12th Graders: In School (at CCT) Technical Classes every day from 8 am - 2:35 pm


May 17-21 Maroon Cycle 100%


We will run the 8am - 2:35pm schedule for everybody, and every student must attend every day. (Note: Remote students will remain at home in remote classes until the end of the year.) Click here for a Bell Schedule. This means all technical students AND all academic students will attend school from 8am - 2:35pm. We will no longer hold Blue and Yellow Days.


May 24-28 Gray Cycle Note Change for Grade 10

We will run the 8am - 2:35pm schedule for everybody, and 9th, 11th and 12th-grade students must attend every day. 10th grade students will follow the 10th grade schedule below.


9th and 11th Graders: In School (at CCT) Shop

  • Every day attend shop from 8 am -2:35 pm

12th Graders: In School (at CCT) Academic Classes every day from 8am- 2:35 pm

10th Graders: In School (at CCT) Academic Classes every other day from 8am- 2:35 pm based on their cohort

The following 10th grade only cohorts attend in-person on each scheduled day:

  • May 24: Blue Academic Cohort
  • May 25: Yellow Academic Cohort
  • May 26: Blue Academic Cohort
  • May 27: Yellow Academic Cohort
  • May 28: Everybody attends/ Testing Makeup day.

At-home learners will follow the shop or academic schedule according to their grade level.

Upcoming Senior Project Meeting For parents of Juniors

Monday, May 10th, 5:30pm

This is an online event.

Please join our Zoom Meeting on Monday, May 10th for a brief presentation on your student's Senior Project for next year. This presentation is for students, parents, and guardians of the Class of 2022. An email with the Zoom link will be sent out on Monday, May 10th at 2pm. There will also be an opportunity for questions about Senior Project. This will be a similar presentation to the last meeting on March 29th. If you attended that meeting you do not need to attend this meeting.
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Summer School Update

April 15, 2021


RE: Summer School at Cape Tech


Dear Parents/Guardians:


The purpose of this letter is to inform you that we are currently solidifying plans to offer an in-person Summer School at Cape Tech during the month of July. Two classes will be offered each morning for a total of 16 days. The dates for summer school are highlighted on the calendar below. The first session in the morning will run from 8:00 am - 9:30 am and the second session will run from 9:30 am - 11:00 am. Cape Cod Tech is planning to offer a busing route for the summer program similar to our late bus route. The bus will pick up and drop off students at designated stops along the Route 6 corridor.


The projected fee is $150.00 for each summer school class and Cape Tech will refund $50.00 for each course in which a student scores a grade of ā€œCā€ or better.


Please know that summer school may be offered in your sending districts and you may choose to avail yourself of those offerings. More detailed information about the Cape Tech Summer School Program will be provided to families following the April vacation week.


Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.


Best regards,


Anne Wagner

Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment

(508) 432-4500, ext. 3300

Kate Clemens

Director of Special Services

(508) 432-4500, ext. 2401

Summer School Calendar

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New Look on The Website

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What do I do if I need to quarantine?

If you need to quarantine due to travel, proximity to a person ill, or possibly even a positive test result, please continue to access your learning remotely. This is not an option. If you do not access your classes (academic or technical) remotely you will receive 0 for the expected work and be marked absent.


If you are isolating due to illness, a counselor will speak to your parent or guardian and make a plan.