Our District has formed School Reopening Work Groups that include parents, employees and community. We are collaborating with the DDOE, CDC, and the Governor to determine the best options for our students this fall. Updates from our District and your school's principal will be provided as soon as this information is available.
School Reopening Work Groups
Student success and well-being remain our top priority. As Christina plans for the upcoming school year, district Reopening Work Groups have been assembled to create a thorough and comprehensive plan for the reopening of schools. Christina’s School Reopening Work Groups are working to ensure our district continues to deliver a high-quality education accessible to all Christina students so that we can continue to deliver on our mission of educating every student for excellence. Our team will be similarly aligned with the state’s Reopening Working Groups addressing challenges around transportation, child nutrition, technology, health and wellness, facilities, and teaching and learning.
The purpose of the School Reopening Work Groups is to develop recommendations for the Delaware Department of Education and the Governor’s Office. Three work groups have been established:
- Health and Wellness
- Academics and Equity, and
- Operations and Services
Our goal is to develop a plan for how schools can safely resume operations that is collaborative, comprehensive and in the best interests of our students, families, staff and community. Consideration for reopening schools during COVID-19 is not an obligation our district takes lightly. Our priority is keeping them safe. We anticipate planning for multiple scenarios such as returning to traditional learning, returning to remote learning, and possibly a hybrid of traditional and remote learning.
We will continue to monitor this rapidly evolving situation. As we receive new information, we will make decisions in the best interests of our students, families, and staff.
Thank you for taking the time to complete our survey. We truly value the information you have provided. We are in the process of analyzing the survey data and will provide our analysis as soon as possible. The health and safety of our students, staff and community is our first priority. Again, we thank you for taking the time to share your honest opinion.
The Christina School District will be offering the COVID-19 vaccine for students age 12 years of age and older. There is no cost for the vaccine or charge to your insurance. Sign ups close Monday, May 17 at 4 PM.
The Christina School District (CSD) has officially become the first school district in the country to launch a cutting-edge disinfection system in the fight against COVID-19 spread across district schools.