CCA District-Wide News & Updates


Enjoy Thanksgiving Break

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On-Site Learning will Resume Monday, November 30

Learning intentions after Thanksgiving Break. The district was approved for another two week waiver but will only use it if the positive numbers for students, staff and county warrant such action. As communicated earlier this week, the district is planning for on-site learning on Monday November 30.

NEW - Grab and Go Meals Available to all Students ages 2-18

The meal sign-up is available every week in this newsletter and any family that would like to pick-up meals for their children will need to fill out a form for EACH child.

Each child will receive a FREE breakfast and a lunch for the days school is in session. There will be no meal distribution for holiday breaks or inclement weather days. CCA is now considered an "Open Site" and can offer Grab and Go Meals to any child ages 2-18. If the child is not a CCA student, please contact Debbie Klein at or 319-448-0772 to sign up for meals.

Follow the instructions and schedule as listed on the form and please remember to wear your mask when picking up meals.

FREE ONLINE Student Support Groups with Mental Health Professional

Do you have a young person 12-18 years old that would benefit from a student support group led by a licensed mental health professional? Parents/Guardians can register their child for a weekly weekly ONLINE group designed for students to connect with other students and a mental health professional to talk, vent, and get some great strategies and techniques to manage stress, isolation, and the general rollercoaster of 2020. There are limited spots so hurry and register!

This opportunity is from Polk County CARES Act funds so priority is given to students residing or going to school in Polk County.

Register now:

Tuesdays 5-6p (11/17-12/22):

Wednesday 6-7p (11/18-12/23):

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For the most current information on board meetings, agendas and minutes


Online flyers for district events, fundraisers, and community events.


A link for community donations to the district to support approved PPE, commercial cleaning supplies and other Coronavirus related expenses for all buildings.


Non-Discrimination Statement

It is the policy of the Clear Creek Amana Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age (for employment), marital status (for programs), sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status (for programs) in its educational programs and its employment practices. There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination. If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact Lori Robertson, 1486 Hwy 6 NW, Oxford, IA 52322.

319-828-4510 or