CCA District-Wide News & Updates
Open Enrollment Deadlines
Families considering open enrollment should be aware of the following deadlines:
- The deadline for filing an open enrollment application for students in grades 1-12 is March 1, the school year preceding enrollment. Due to continued growth and lack of class space, open enrollment requests will not be accepted after the March 1 deadline.
- The deadline for students entering kindergarten is September 1, the school year of enrollment.
Are You Travelling Soon -
2021 Legislative Session
CCA is Hiring!
- Coaching Openings
- Building Engineer
- Associate (all buildings)
- Bus Drivers
- School-Family Liaison
- Associate Principal/AD
- Interventionist/Title I Reading Teacher
- 4th Grade Teacher (Anticipated)
- Math Teacher (two positions)
- Science Teacher
- Elementary Music Teacher
- Building Secretary
For a complete list of CCA current openings, please visit TeachIowa.
CCA is Awarded a Water Bottle Filling Station for North Bend Elementary
Grab and Go Meal Pick Up For Virtual Learners
NO SCHOOL: If there is no school there will not be a meal pick up. If there is a late start there is meal pick up as usual.
Is Your Child a Virtual Learner?
Whether your child is in a virtual learning model or temporarily learning online due to illness, quarantine, etc., families may sign up for the Grab and Go Meals and pick them up following the sign-up instructions on the survey link.
If your child is a virtual learner please sign up by February 28 at 9:00PM. SIGN UP LINK
Reminder: Please arrive with your mask on between 8:00 am and 8:15 am to pick-up meals at the building you specified on the sign-up. If you cannot make it, please contact Debbie Klein at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Clear Creek Amana Community School District continues to review and work on improving equity within the district. Administrators, Directors and school board members are more than half way through a book study organized with facilitators, Katy Swalwell and Daniel Spikes. Research and identifying steps to begin equity work started in 2018. The book chosen, Is Everyone Really Equal? By Ozlem Sensoy and Robin DiAngelo is helping the group to recognize and manage biases and beliefs. Identifying, addressing, and eliminating the barriers that create (in)equities will help lead district efforts to cultivate our schools into an equitable institution. This is a long ongoing process that will not happen overnight but the foundational work has started and it will continue to build. In addition to the book study, administrators have participated in individual professional development, the Clipper Tip Line has been promoted more, and discipline tracking in the student information system has been improved to give more guidance into our current practices.
CCA is committed to a school system that supports all students by making sure they have what they need to be successful, regardless of their race, ethnicity, gender, identity, ability, socioeconomic, language, or place of origin.
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