CCS 10th-12th graders: looking to develop and enhance your leadership skills? Apply now for the 2020-21 Superintendent Student Ambassador program! Candidates will act as the liaison between their school to the Superintendent’s office and gain experience in the fields of school, District, and civic engagement as well as volunteerism.
Attention Parents: Student attendance must be logged in daily in order to avoid unexcused absences. You will need to make sure that this is taken care of on a daily basis. Please view the video below under the Attendance header for step-by-step directions on how to successfully take care of this daily task.
All students must wear a sold black, orange, or white top during virtual class session, just as they would in our building. No logos, slogans, or graphics are allowed.
Tutorials for New Students and Parents
How to Login to Clever
How to Setup CCS Student Email
How to Login to Student Infinite Campus
PBIS Champion Middle School Virtual Norms
Student Virtual Norms and Expectations:
- Log within 5-10 minutes of virtual class time. (teacher expectation may be slightly different).
- Students must show themselves during class time. Student’s should remain attentive during virtual class time. Student’s should not be laying down during class time.
- Student’s should remain on mute unless asked to engage in a learning conversation.
- Student’s should request permission to remove themselves from the virtual class session.
- Students should exemplify ROAR during the class session. Respect, Ownership, Accountability, Restore.
- Student’s should use their own log in and should not share their virtual log in with anyone.
- Only the student on the class roster can participate in the virtual classroom session.
- Students cannot record, photograph, or post any virtual classroom session on social media.
Student Dress Code during virtual class session:
- Student should be fully dressed during virtual class session (tops and bottoms)
- No tank tops
- No spaghetti strap tops
- No logos or inappropriate language on clothing
- Parents cannot participate in the live virtual classroom session.
- Only students on the classroom roster can participate in the virtual class session.
- Parents cannot record, photograph, or post any virtual classroom session on social media.
- Parents that have questions or concerns will set up a separate time to speak with teachers via email, or by phone.
- Parents will be contacted for a conference if a student is not meeting virtual class expectations.
Steps for virtual discipline if student is having challenging behavior:
- Teachers will conference with student after virtual session.
- Students will be referred to Ms. Gardener or Mr. Alexander to work on restorative practice.
- Teachers will contact parent/guardian for a parent, teacher conference regarding student behavior.
- Student and parent will meet with administrative team regarding student behavior.
** If a student must be removed from any virtual learning session due to behavior an email will be sent to the parent and the administrative team immediately after the virtual learning session**
Read Dr. Dixon's regular check-in with updates for the CCS community.
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CCS is proud to provide an electronic version of the 2020-2021 Guide To Student Success.
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Columbus City Schools is changing the way it Fuels Up students when it comes to providing free breakfast and lunch as students prepare to start the 2020-2021 school year fully remote.
On the eve of classes beginning, CCS Superintendent/CEO Dr. Talisa Dixon checks in with a welcome back message.
This Columbus City Schools story arrives this fall.
Columbus City Schools announced today that the District will allow in-person interscholastic athletics and extracurricular activities to resume beginning Saturday, August 29.
An update from Dr. Dixon as the District prepares to start the new school year.
Columbus City Schools announced today that the District will suspend all in-person interscholastic athletics and extracurricular activities in order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
At Tuesday’s special meeting of the Columbus Board of Education, our Academic Services team presented samples of a “day in the life” of CCS students attending virtual classes this fall.