Weekly News - June 2, 2020

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Weekly Newsletter
Week of June 2, 2020

A note from Tiffany Clark, Head of School

Last week marked the end of our third school year here at Collage Day School. Our school has grown in size with the additions of students and staff over the three years. Through it all, we have remained a family united to overcome the obstacles we face including recent health concerns in the environment.

Collage Day School is preparing for a wonderful summer program in addition to opening the school for all students beginning on August 10th. Collage will be adhering to safety and health protocols to ensure the safety and well being of our students. Our leadership team has worked seamlessly together to provide plans for all situations that may arise. This includes monitoring travel plans for our students and staff, capping class sizes, providing extra staff to ensure classes are not combining during our busiest times of the day, and additional staff to continually clean the school campus through out the day. In addition, we have policies in place should a student, staff member, or family member contract COVID-19.

We continually strive to see all situations through the lens of parents, staff, and students. Our leadership team will continually meet weekly during the summer to monitor all developments and act accordingly. We will continue to communicate with all staff and parents to maintain transparency as we address developments. In addition, we will formulate a clear plan outlining our safety parameters as we “Return to School” in August. 

We wish you a safe and healthy summer. 
Please reach out to us should a situation arise where you need support. Together, we will continually rise above this and embrace every opportunity to make our family at Collage Day School stronger.

School year 2020-2021 procedure changes:

  • CDS Elementary school day will be from 8:15 am -2:15 pm with carline beginning at 8:00 am and 2:15 pm in the afternoon.
  • We are excited to announce that Elementary students in Building 2 will have their own front office, as well, beginning August 10th. Students who arrive after 8:30 am or who need to be picked up prior to dismissal should utilize the Building 2 front office.
  • Preschool (age 3) and Prekindergarten (age 4) will be changed from 9:00am-3:00pm with carline beginning at 8:45am and 3:00pm. In addition, the change in preschool and prekindergarten will allow for students in these two programs to remain in their own rooms until 5:00pm in accordance to the recommendations from CDC.

Important Dates

June 1 – Summer Camp begins
June 1 – Learning Lab Summer Series begins
July 3 – Campus closed
Aug 3-7 – School closed to all students for pre-planning
Aug 10 – First day of new school year!

Our PreK-4 students are now off to their next adventure!






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