Central Point School District #6

COVID-19 –Update on March 12, 2020, 1:30 pm

The state of Oregon has implemented new rules designed to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and District 6 is aligning our school operations to meet these new requirements.  Advice from the Governor, the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Department of Education is for schools to remain open.   However, District 6 will cancel or limit all non-essential meetings, events and activities.  General guidelines for these changes in operations are noted in the table below—these will be updated as the situation changes, or we receive additional guidance from the Oregon Health Authority, the Oregon Department of Education, the Oregon School Athletics and Activities Association (OSAA) .

Schools specific and event specific information can be found here.

School Schedules Open ODE
IEP Meetings Canceled or Completed on-line or via phone D6
Previously scheduled parent conferences Canceled or completed via on-line or via phone D6
March 20th Parent Conferences Canceled D6
PTO/PTA Canceled D6
Junior Comets Canceled D6
Crater/Scenic and Hanby sports and activities PENDING OSAA Outdoor practices and activities without spectators and where “social distance” can be maintained will continue until we receive further notice from OSAA or ODE.
Field Trips Canceled ODE, D6 Transportation to and from field trips, even “in district” is considered non-essential.
School plays, choral events and other evening or afterschool events. Canceled ODE, D6

Notes:  The status of activities, including school schedules, will be assessed daily.  At this point, canceled events, meetings and functions will be reassessed on April 1st.

District 6 schools’ staff will meet on March 20 to plan and develop remote learning options so that access to learning can be assured for students in the event of absences and closure.  We appreciate your patience and flexibility as we all work through this together.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact me at samantha.steele@district6.org or 541-840-5644.

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