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11/16/20 CMS Newsletter

Is this Issue: Principal's Message, San Carlos Education Foundation, Week at a Glance, Gratitude Festival, 6th Grade Electives, PTA Corner, Please Help - Critical Funds Are Still Needed, Arroyo / Central Gratitude Festival November 18th-19th Virtual Magic Show by Alex Ramon November 19th, Follow Central Middle School on Facebook, District News, COVID19 Testing, Inclusion Counts Parent Listening Sessions - November 17th, SCEF News, SCEF Day, Holiday Cooking Camp with Caroline and Paloma, Honey Bear Christmas Trees, Community Update, Healthy Cities Recruitment, Parent Education, San Carlos Housing 2040, San Carlos Youth Advisory Skate Park Survey, San Carlos Park and Rec Gobble Wobble, San Carlos United Soccer Tryouts
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Return To School Procedures Plan - Revised Nov 13

The SCSD Board approved the full Return To School Procedures Plan to submit to the County Office of Education for approval. The plan includes a phased-in approach to returning to in-person learning: Phase 1: Staff Transition to Campus by November 13, Phase 2: Supporting Urgent Learners by November 30, Phase 3: Some In-Person Learning by December 18, Phase 4: Full Hybrid Model (Date TBD). Click on the link to learn more.
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2020-2021 SCSD Parent Education Events

We are proud to be partnering with the Parent Venture Series, an extension of the Parent Education Series, to bring high-quality, engaging speakers and programs to our community. This year, all events will be online and free! Check our new SCSD Parent Education calendar which lists most events.
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We offer a range of elective classes providing both support and enrichment opportunities for students.  After a major remodel and addition completed during the 2014-2015 school year, our students moved into a brand new building designed with innovative learning spaces that encourage community building, flexible groupings and blended learning.  Approximately 555 sixth through eighth grade students are enrolled during the 2017-18 school year, with classes arranged on a modified block schedule with a traditional calendar.  We share our campus with Arroyo School (a 4/5 upper elementary school), which opened in the fall of 2016.


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