CCA District-Wide News & Updates
CLIPPER TIP LINE
CCA is committed to providing a safe environment in which students can learn and thrive. The school district is using the Clipper Tip Line as a way of ensuring that all concerns are addressed. Students, families, staff, and community members are encouraged to use Tip Line to report any safety concern to school and/or District administration. Tip Line can also be used to share positive comments.
While Tip Line provides notifications to district staff when a report is made, please CALL 9-1-1 if you are witnessing an immediate threat or incident that requires emergency action.
CCA VS MARION IN FIRST ROUND FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS
TIME: 7:00 PM
TICKETS: $6.00 and no season passes allowed
LIVESTREAM: Mediacom https://mc22.net/
First Round Football Playoff Ticket Information:
Varsity football players, cheerleaders and coaches will receive the same number of tickets as they did in regular season play. Freshmen/Sophomores will receive one ticket per player. The high school seniors will once again have the opportunity to attend the game and they received a separate communication from the high school admin. Any additional tickets will be distributed through a lottery style system. Community will be notified by email Thursday if they will receive tickets through the lottery system.
Anyone eligible to purchase tickets in the lottery system will follow these instructions:
∙ one order per family
∙ 4 tickets maximum to purchase
∙ Must pay $6.00 per ticket and no CCA activity passes allowed
∙ Your group must check-in together and pay at the stadium gate
∙ Your group must sit together according to our COVID guidelines
SOUTH SLOPE COOPERATIVE RECEIVES A HIGH-SPEED BROADBAND GRANT
On October 13, members from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), South Slope Cooperative, and state and local officials, the USDA announced the $5.4 million investment in high-speed broadband for the Oxford area and serving CCA families.
This investment is part of the $550 million the Trump administration allocated to the second round of the ReConnect Program. South Slope Cooperative was successful in applying for the funds and will use the $5.4 million to deploy a fiber-to-the-premises network to connect 1,984 people, 147 farms, 763 rural households and 26 businesses to high-speed broadband internet in and around Oxford.
OCTOBER 14 IS LOCAL FOOD DAY
October 14 was Iowa Local Food Day and CCA schools celebrated by serving local ingredients in the menus.
The lunch menus included an Iowa staple - BBQ pulled pork sandwich, cherry tomatoes from a local farm, Flint Ridge Farm in Kalona, IA and nutritious cookies made by Dick and Jane Baking with farmers market imprints on each cookie. Fresh apples from Buffalo Ridge Orchard in Central City, IA were also available. The breakfast menu included a farm to school favorite yogurt item made at Country View Dairy in Hawkeye, Iowa.
All of these local foods are able to be purchased from the Food Hub located in Iowa City as part of the Field to Family organization.
NATIONWIDE FREE SCHOOL MEAL PROGRAMS EXTENDED
The waiver extension for the Summer Food Service Program will allow CCA to continue with FREE meals through the end of the 2020-2021 school year.
CLEAR CREEK ELEMENTARY CONSTRUCTION WINDS DOWN
CHILDHOOD LEAD POISONING PREVENTION PROGRAM
A link for community donations to the district to support approved PPE, commercial cleaning supplies and other Coronavirus related expenses for all buildings.
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