The 3Cs Connection
Student & Parent Newsletter for CCC - March 2022
Lucky to be a Cyclone
Thomas Jefferson said, "I’m a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it." At CCC, our students are working hard to pass industry credentials, gain internship and apprenticeship opportunities and to finish their time at CCC strong. With their hard work and little luck, we know that they will find much success and a fulfilling career.
This month The 3Cs Connection spotlights our Mrs. Speelman and our workforce development program.
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Dr. Kelly Kitchens
Meet our Workforce Development Coordinator
Comfort Systems HVAC Apprenticeship Banquet
First Day of School with Mrs. Cesil
CTE presentation with Rayshon at Economic Development Advisory Council
Preparing Today's Students for Tomorrow's Careers
Pharmacy Tech in action
Early Childhood Education
Emergency Dispatch - 911
Important March Dates!
Monday, March 7
Thursday, March 10
Sunday, March 13
Monday, March 14
Thursday, March 17
Monday, March 21
SAVE THE DATE
Dressed for Success
CCC Daily Schedule
Students who miss more than 9 days in any given semester class may lose credit for that class due to excessive absences, regardless of whether the absences were excused or not. If your child's excessive absences include days missed due to a quarantine documented by the nurse, those absences will be waived from the 9 day limit.
Your child's attendance is posted in ParentVue. A letter alerting you to a potential loss of credit is posted in ParentVue when your child reaches 6, 9, and 10 absences in each class. This is your official notification of excessive absences, so please check ParentVue often to monitor your student's attendance. Students can make-up a portion of missed time by attending extended day.
If a student must be absent, please email or bring a note to our attendance secretary (nancy .firstname.lastname@example.org) so we can code the absence appropriately.
Along with your student's high school, Dr. Collier, Assistant Principal, should be notified in advance about trips, vacations, and other lengthy unexcused absences to ensure student progress in class. Please email or send a note to email@example.com explaining the absence prior to the absence.
The Chesapeake School Board has defined an excused absence to include any of the following: Sickness of a student, medical appointments, severe illness or death in the family, exposure to contagious disease, religious holidays, or extenuating circumstances such as fire, accident, or extremely inclement weather. Absences other than those listed above will be recorded as unexcused absences.