A Cimarron Middle School Community Communication
A Message from the Cimarron Leadership Team
As we look forward to the coming week, we are very excited to welcome students back into the building! The following items on this communication will help clarify the details of the synchronous hybrid model, please go over these details with your child before they return on Monday or Tuesday.
- CiMS Leadership Team
Friday Virtual Schedule - Starting Friday, 2/26
Student Illness and Attendance
As we return to the in-person school setting, we are asking for your help managing your student’s attendance. If your student will be absent from school due to symptoms of illness, pending test, or an exposure concern, please complete the health questionnaire via the link on Cimarron’s home page or QR code. This information will be used to help in assessing your student’s absence and how long they may need to be out of the building. School staff or our School Nurse will contact you for more information as needed.
Thank you for partnering with us to provide a healthy and safe school environment.
More information is available:
Further details about the survey including the opt out policy can be viewed using this link.
We are in the planning stages of putting in batting cages on our Cimarron Middle School property and are looking for anyone who is willing to donate some time & expertise with this project. We are looking for a licensed/insured contractor who has the skills & knowledge to help install batting cages. We will be looking at renting out these batting cages as a way to generate some revenue for the school.
Additional Note: Due to CHSAA guidelines, exposure requires a 14 day quarantine from athletic programs.
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