Chester Elementary School
March 18, 2022. Connect. Thrive
Thank you to CES for an AMAZING Read a Thon! We read 10,019 minutes and raised $7,750!
We would like to celebrate the classes and students for their accomplishments!
Classes with the Most Minutes:
Classes with the Most Donations:
Our Top 3 Readers for the Most Minutes
Our Top 3 Students with the Most Sponsors
--Mrs. Fischer and Ms. Crowther
As a result of the legal requirement for masking in schools ending, beginning Monday, March 14th individuals and families may choose to continue with high-quality, well-fitting masks based on the State’s strong recommendation. The chart below will be located on each entrance of all sites to assist our stakeholders understanding of the current guidance.
While playing instruments indoors, continue the following
Students and staff masking
Instrument bell covers
Reassess with Plumas County Public Health March 28th
When playing outdoors, masks and bell covers may be removed beginning March 14th
School TransportationSchool buses are considered part of the K-12 setting and follow the K-12 guidance. Beginning Monday, March 14th individuals and families may choose to continue with high-quality, well-fitting masks based on the State’s strong recommendation.
Our schools continue to take collective actions, including maximizing ventilation, providing access to personal protective equipment as well as testing and vaccination opportunities. We will continue to work closely with our partners at Public Health and to provide our school leaders access to the most current guidance and information to guide decision-making. Additional information on State guidance can be found here.
As we move toward the end of another challenging school year we appreciate everyone’s patience and resilience.
Volunteers on Campus
Volunteers on campus
CES values our volunteers who help us so much. This year, in addition to the paperwork that volunteers complete we will be requiring
proof of vaccination
Or a weekly Covid test
and be fingerprinted (this can be done at the District Office in Quincy)
You are considered a volunteer if you come in consistently to assist at school in your child’s class. Field Trip drivers or parents that help for one event are not considered volunteers in this circumstance.
Testing will occur on campus once a week starting in early October but one can get a test result from anywhere convenient. The “quick test” AKA antigen will be the test provided at the school. At this time, over the counter tests will not be accepted.