22-23 SRCSP

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE), the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS), national experts, as well as the Office of the Governor have reinforced that access to in-person learning is a priority. We have experienced first-hand that in-person access to school is the best approach for students to be educated, have equitable and effective access to educational opportunities, access necessary support and nutrition, as well as engage in activities which promote social and emotional wellness. We would like families to feel comfortable and confident in sending all children back to in-person learning and we are prepared to keep our schools safe.

The Clinton School District plans to operate with full in-person schooling for the 2022-23 SY. To keep our students, faculty, staff and patrons safe, we will deploy layers of mitigation strategies (mask-wearing, social distancing, handwashing) as required or needed, depending upon COVID-19 circumstances as we return next year.

The Clinton School District Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan is summarized in the chart found HERE. This document will be updated at least every 6 months after obtaining stakeholder input via email, meetings, and consultation as required by statute from students, parents/families, teachers and their organizations, and administration. The board of education will also review/adopt this plan internally on a monthly basis. If you need or know of someone who needs this plan translated or read to them, please contact the central office at (660) 885-2237.
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