Cherry Creek School District COVID-19 FAQs
September 1, 2020
Click below for information and answers to frequently asked questions relating to how the Cherry Creek School District is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, including:
Will parents be notified if there is a positive case in their child’s classroom?
What is the contingency plan if we close schools?
What is the plan for cleaning and disinfecting classrooms throughout the day?
Is CCSD increasing ventilation or changing filters to protect students and staff from COVID?
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment released guidance for how to handle potential COVID cases and outbreaks at schools. Cherry Creek Schools will follow this guidance in the event that there is a confirmed COVID case among students or staff at a school.
In order to provide complete transparency and an accurate picture of COVID-19 cases associated with schools in CCSD, the District is posting the number and rates of positive cases and quarantines among students and staff.
Click below for the currently active cases, updated daily.
In Person or Remote?
On December 15, 2020 the Cherry Creek School District's Superintendent released a statement about remote/in person learning for 2021. Click below for more information about when students will return to in person learning and under which circumstances we may have to stay in or return to a remote learning environment.
COVID Symptom Checker
September 1, 2020
The Cherry Creek School District has developed the “COVID Symptom Checker,” an easy-to-use, online tool that will help it mitigate the spread of COVID-19. It is a quick and convenient way for staff, parents and students to identify potential COVID symptoms. The tool also provides direction on what to do - or not do - if a student or staff member is experiencing any of those symptoms.
All students and staff members are expected to do their part to protect the health and well-being of our school community by using the COVID Symptom Checker before they come to school each day.