Chichester Central School News
December 7, 2020
CCS Students: You are are showing up to classes each day, you are investing in your learning, you are figuring out technology challenges, you are asking questions, and you are advocating for yourselves. We see you, and we are incredibly proud to be your teachers!
CCS Parents: We know that you have had a lot of extra items added to your plates. You are an essential part of your child's school career, but now you are being asked to go above and beyond. We will see, we hear you, and we will continue to be here to connect with you, support you and your child, offer advice, share those big emotions with you, and continue to tweak our programming to best meet the needs of your child. Please continue reaching out!
CCS Educators & Support Staff: Wow! How lucky I am to work alongside such a talented and dedicated group of educators. Your commitment to your craft, your dedication to your students; all of it amazes me each and every day! You continue to work with families, students, and administration to make the best learning environment possible for the students of CCS. You have worked through schedule changes, technology implementation, and meeting our students where they are and helping them to grow. I am so proud of each of you!
Mrs. Burke, Mrs. Strazzeri, Mr. Libby, Mrs. Eccelston, Mrs. Ladd, Mr. Tapley, Mr. Griggs, and Mr. J Vayda: Our building is clean, it is maintained, it is organized, people are communicated with, health calls are followed-up on, students and staff are well-fed, and our staff is supported throughout their days. We know that none of your jobs are easy, but we appreciate the work that you do for each and every one of us!
Chichester School Board, Superintendent Warburton, Chichester Business Administrator Vayda & and The Greater Chichester Community: We thank you for your continued support, for believing in us, for helping us when we need the support, for continuing to support our students, our parents, and our staff. We are grateful to work in a community like Chichester!
Please do continue to reach out to your child's teacher, the main office, the health office, and me with any questions you may have.
Jessica Snider, Principal
CCS Rams Record!
The CCS Rams Record is open for business. All we need are amazing WRITERS like you! Teachers are welcomed to send in your students' stories, poems, news stories and artworks! Whether home, or school, we want YOU to keep the Rams Record running! Questions? Please contact Rams Record club advisor, Mrs. Audet at email@example.com
Update from the CCS Health Office
December 7, 2020
CCS HEALTH OFFICE UPDATE:
Thank you everyone for the ongoing support and understanding with following the COVID-19 school guidelines. Continued communication and following these guidelines is essential so that we can help keep our school and community stay healthy during this time.
We will continue to update you with any changes in our guidelines and please feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions.
Tips for At-Home Learning Days
1) Taking Care of You:
While we're not quite in quarantine anymore, with kids staying home and parents working from home, it can still feel as if we are. This article offers helpful tips for managing your time.
2) Supporting your kids through these challenging days:
This article gives helpful tips for nurturing kids' resiliency -- yes, we're all missing out on A LOT, but let's offer other ways to think about it all.
This article gives some good tips for how to give teenagers their space when it feels like we're all stuck in one room, together.