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Welcome Back to School 2021-2022

Christina School District (CSD) continues its effort to keep everyone in school, excelling in the classroom and participating in extracurricular activities. 

At Christina, we have learned that there is no challenge too great if we work together. The fact that we are starting the new school year entirely in person is an important new phase in our battle against the coronavirus. However, continuing to increase our vaccination rate will move us to the next phase, where all school activities can resume.

As we prepare to welcome kids back to class, our schools are ready to provide the extra academic and mental health support students will need. We are also ready to bring back treasured traditions of school life that were delayed by the pandemic. I hope you will join me in recognizing how far we’ve come since the start of the pandemic and looking to the new school year with enthusiasm, excitement, and hope.

We need your help. We are asking that everyone practice mitigation strategies in order to continue offering in-person learning. 

  • Mitigation Efforts
  • Stay Home When Sick
  • Masks
  • COVID-19 Vaccination Information

We must all work together to make our schools as safe as possible for students, faculty, and staff. While CSD is taking measures to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19, we need our families to do the same. Engaging in Christina’s mitigation strategies increases our chances of continuing to provide a world-class learning experience in person. It also increases our chances of our students being able to continue participating in athletics, clubs, and other extracurricular activities. 

As always, we continue to be available to answer questions and/or address concerns. Our schools’ phone numbers and email addresses are easily accessible from the websites.  

Thank you for your continued partnership and support of our schools and our district. We are honored to serve Christina students and families and to be a part of your child's educational journey. 

We are committed to providing the safest environment possible for your child to learn, play, and grow.

Thank you and welcome back to school!

Dr. Dan Shelton
Superintendent, Christina School District