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On Tuesday, September 14, 2021, the CMCSS School Board established a face mask requirement for students and employees indoors in CMCSS facilities when physical distancing is not possible. Parent(s)/guardian(s) can opt their child out of this requirement.
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Good afternoon, CMCSS families, To streamline the mask requirement opt-out process for parents/guardians and minimize the paperwork burden on employees, the Technology Department will be sending an electronic form to parents/guardians via text and email. Parents who do not want to opt out their child from the mask requirement will not need to complete the form. Please note the opt-out will be on file through the remainder of the school year and will be in effect for the entirety of the face mask requirement. Staff is working diligently to program and test this electronic form so that it will automatically upload to a student’s record. The form will be sent to parents/guardians no later than tomorrow afternoon. Please use the electronic form when it is sent and do not submit an alternative form. The District will provide further instructions for those who have difficulty accessing the electronic form. Thank you for your patience.
Throughout this school year, CMCSS has strongly encouraged students, employees, and visitors to wear face coverings in common areas and when physical distancing cannot be maintained anywhere in a building or on transportation.
Good afternoon, CMCSS families, We are reaching out with a few updates and reminders regarding COVID-19. The Tennessee Department of Health’s data indicates Montgomery County’s spread of COVID-19 has continued to increase to 1.083%. Currently, 3,773 students are absent for COVID-19 exclusions of which 832 are self-reported positive cases. For employees, there are 97 positive cases and 171 employees are on COVID-19 related leave. CMCSS has been reviewing information and plans from the Tennessee Department of Education and legalities and best practices for a COVID-19 dashboard for this school year. Please click here to access the 2021-22 COVID-19 District Dashboard. In our message on Aug. 20, we shared the district’s additional mitigation measures and reiterated the importance of personal choices to mitigate the spread of COVID-19: Stay home when you are sick. Cover your cough or sneeze in your bent elbow. Clean your hands often. Wear an appropriate facial covering indoors and on transportation when you feel you are close enough to others for respiratory droplets to spread. It does not have to be all day; most importantly in common areas and crowded spaces. We want to provide more information on two of those choices. Stay Home When You are Sick Please continue to refer to the CMCSS Return to School/Work Flowchart. You should work with your child’s school to ensure they are aware of any symptoms that may exclude a student so their attendance can be noted appropriately. If you have questions regarding attendance concerns, please contact your child’s school. A few notes from the flowchart: Individuals who test positive and have symptoms may return after at least 10 days after symptoms first appeared AND at least 24 hours with no fever without fever-reducing medication AND symptoms have improved. Individuals who have one of the following symptoms may return […]
CMCSS COVID-19 student and employee data and important updates.
This message includes information on the mitigation measures implemented by CMCSS for the 2021-22 school year.