April 30, 2021
Reminders & Updates & Calendar
Reminders & Updates
Field Day, May 12th - PE teachers are planning another virtual field day
May 12th - No Students - Teachers Professional Planning Day - No requirements
May 25th - Virtual Kindergarten Kick-Off Q&A Session 5:30 - 6:30 pm
May 31st - Memorial Day - No School All Students and Teachers
June 11th - Kindergarten & Fifth Grade Ceremony
June 14th - Half Day - PM Schedule -
June 15th - Half Day - AM Schedule - Last Day for students - Teacher attends entire day
Message from our PTO
Monday morning starting at 8am, please head down to the teachers' lounge for a special treat! This is for ALL staff members!! We hope you enjoy it! We hope you love all the surprises we have lined up next week!!
Thank you for all you do!
PS In case we missed anyone, please let others know!
Message from our PTO
We are sending you this message today as a friendly reminder about the staff survey (GoogleForm) and request for an Amazon Wishlist.
GoogleForm - Completed and received
Amazon Wishlist - Not yet completed.
If you could please complete at your earliest convenience, so any families who may want to show you gratitude for all your hard work this year, we would greatly appreciate it!
Testing Updates for M-Step
- April 19: Grade 5 - ELA
- April 21: Grade 5 - SS
- April 26: Grade 5 - Math
- April 28: Grade 5 - Sci
- Make-Up: April 23; April 30; May 17-21
- May 3: Grade 4 - ELA
- May 5: Grade 4 - Math
- Make-Up: May 6; May 7; May 17-21
- May 10: Grade 3 - ELA
- May 13: Grade 3 - Math
- Make-Up: May 11; May 14; May 17-21
CVS vaccine clinic for staff, parents, and students 16 and over
Appointments are filling up fast. Reserve your spot today!
Chippewa Valley Schools COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic
Wednesday, May 12
1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Macomb Intermediate School District (MISD)
44001 Garfield Road (South of Hall Rd.)
Clinton Township, MI 48038
Park in the south parking lot, enter through the main doors
South entrance - Main conference room/atrium
The COVID vaccine is now available for all Michiganders aged 16 and up.
In partnership with Rite Aid pharmacy and the Macomb Intermediate School District (MISD), Chippewa Valley Schools will be hosting a vaccine clinic for our staff (and their family members), district parents, and students that are 16 years of age and older. The clinic will be held on May 12 at the MISD on Garfield Road. Participants will receive the Pfizer vaccine with the second dose being administered on June 2, 2021, at the same location. Your appointment time will be the same for your second dose.
What do you need for your appointment?
Make an appointment by clicking on the scheduling link below.
You will need a valid driver’s license or ID.
Bring your insurance card, if you have one. (You DO NOT need to have insurance to get the COVID vaccine).
Complete the consent form and bring it with you. Consent Form
Students under the age of 18 must have a consent form signed by their parent and must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. If someone other than a parent is bringing the student please download a consent form and have it signed in advance.
Students 18 and over do not need a parent.
All vaccines are free of charge.
Please don’t wait to sign up for this limited opportunity to receive your COVID vaccine.
Any questions, please don’t hesitate to call us at 586-723-2240.
Enroll in the CVVA today!
Attention: Chippewa Valley Virtual Academy Parents
The COVID-19 pandemic brought many challenges to K-12 education this school year. One of the ways CVS met that challenge was the creation of the Chippewa Valley Virtual Academy (CVVA).
Our plan is to continue the virtual academy as long as the need and demand are there. One of the ways we do that is to have sufficient enrollment to be able to offer a wide range of classes. Limited enrollment will limit the courses potentially offered.
If you know you want your child to learn remotely next year, we encourage you to sign up by the May 9th deadline. Otherwise, our plan for the next school year is to have all students in school, participating in face-to-face learning. If you do not sign your child up for the CVVA, they will automatically be scheduled for in-person learning.
We understand that making this decision in May for the fall may seem a bit daunting as a parent. However, it is necessary for the district to plan which classes will be available, recruit the number of CVS instructors needed to teach each course, and build appropriate schedules based on the needs of our students. This scheduling process is extremely complex and time-consuming, and cannot be done in a short period of time. This process has already begun for the 2021-22 school year.
Deciding whether your child should attend school in-person or virtually is a highly personal decision. As you prepare to make this enrollment decision, we are available to answer any questions you may have. To assist you, we have developed a Q&A document and information regarding enrollment on our website. Please visit the CV Virtual Academy page for more information. Keep in mind that enrollment in the CVVA is a year-long commitment.
Please consider the initial reasons why you chose the CVVA for your child, and if those same conditions exist, you may want to re-enroll in the CVVA for the 2021-2022 school year. It is also important to reflect on whether or not your child was able to keep up with their academics and experienced success in the CVVA this school year.
We do not want you to miss out on this high-quality, online education opportunity. Other virtual education programs do not offer the same highly qualified, district teachers and personalized instruction that the CVVA offers. The deadline for enrollment is May 9th.
We want to thank you for being a part of our first-ever virtual academy program for CVS students this year. Together, we think we have laid the groundwork for many exciting things to come.