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Weekly CCID Newsletter

Week 2 Update

Hello CCID Families,

We finished up our first full week of school and are excited with the progress we have observed with our students. We have our PLP conferences in the coming weeks. For those of you new to CCID, PLP stands for Personalized Learning Plan. Our students work with their teachers to create independent research projects based off their personal interests. Teachers work closely with students to flush out their ideas into a project that produces a tangible product at its conclusion. This is usually as a book or slideshow, but can take many different forms. Built into our school calendar are PLP days. These are student led conferences where your child will outline their PLP goal to you and the product they hope to produce at the end of their research. Tuesday, September 7th is PLP conference day where school is not in session for students. Below are links to signup for PLP conferences for your student. Some grade levels meet together and have one link, while other grade levels have a separate link for each teacher.

1st Grade-

2nd Grade-

3rd Grade-

4th Grade Mrs. Lehman-

4th Grade Mr. Grossman-Mr. G's 4th Grade PLP link

5th Grade Mrs. Balls-

5th Grade Mr.Williams-

6th Grade Ms. Cochran-

6th Grade Mr. Woolley-

7th Grade-

8th Grade Mr. Rob-

8th Grade Mr. Wallis-

Kids Empowered Classroom Presentations

Beginning September 13th Kids Empowered presentations will be held in grad level classes presented by The Family Place. Students must have prior parental permission to attend presentations. Parents are able to view an outline of the presentation via: Kids Empowered Classroom Presentations. If you have any questions please reach out to our school counselor, Amanda Barrandey at

1st Day Packets-School Lunch Information

Families have been emailed 1st Day Packets that contain important school information and applications for the National School Lunch Program.

If you haven’t already done so, please complete the links below as soon as possible.

1st Day Packet Information and FormsLink:

National School Lunch Program Application Link:

Orchestra Registration- 6th-8th Grade

There are still a few spots left in the after school orchestra program through Artesian Strings. You can click here to register online. If you have any questions you can reach out to

COVID-19 Testing Information and Registration

The Bear River Health Department is making available free COVID-19 testing for students and staff of any K-12 school in Box Elder, Cache, and Rich County. Any K-12 student or staff who has COVID-19 symptoms or who has been exposed to COVID-19, may register for a free test here: For more information on testing, please visit