Letter from Mr. Burns About Week of Jan. 25

(January 21, 2021) Dear CMS Families, Beginning this Monday, January 25th the Middle School will return to the hybrid model of learning. We will return to our original AA/BB bell schedule starting Monday. Students with the last names A-L will report in-person on Monday, M-Z on Tuesday, and so on. Please remember that we have a Professional […]

Letter From Mr. Thorsen About Week of Jan. 25

Greetings Chatham Families, Beginning this Monday, January 25th the high school will return to the hybrid model of learning. We will return to our original bell schedule, which is attached here in addition to an A-Day / B-Day schedule for the last week of January. Students with the last names A-L will report in-person on […]

All Schools Return to In-person/Hybrid Learning January 25

(January 21, 2021) Dear Chatham Families, I hope this communication finds you well. I wanted to inform you that, barring any unforeseen circumstances, all Chatham schools will return to in-person/hybrid instruction on Monday, January 25 as scheduled. Our District keeps in contact with the Columbia County Department of Health as well as superintendents from the […]

COVID-19 Update Jan. 20 – Positive Cases Reported

(January 20, 2021) Dear Chatham Families, We have been notified that two Chatham High students have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. There is no need for contact tracing within the school setting as a result of either of these cases. While we understand that you may want more details, privacy laws prohibit us from […]

COVID-19 Update Jan. 19 – Positive Cases Reported

(January 19, 2021) Dear Chatham Families, We wanted to notify you that a staff member at Chatham High School and a staff member at MED Elementary School have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. In addition, the Columbia County Department of Health has determined one Chatham High School student is a presumed positive case. There […]

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Learning Support

To assist families who need childcare while our schools are on fully-remote learning, our District is providing a safe, supervised location at MED for our students in grades k-5 to access remote learning from.

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CCSD Nurses Trained to Deliver COVID-19 Surveillance Testing

Our school nurses continued their training January 13 on Abbott’s BinaxNOW COVID-19 test kits in preparation for any possible future surveillance testing in schools. Pictured here, Questar III health and safety officer Patrick Paratore leads MED school nurse Mary-Noelle Fabiano through the testing procedure. CCSD will be required to test 20% of our students and […]

COVID-19 Update January 12 – Positive Cases Reported

(January 12, 2021) Dear Chatham Families, We have been notified of three positive COVID-19 cases affecting Chatham students. There is no need for contact tracing within the school setting as a result of any of these cases. A Chatham High School student has tested positive for the virus. The student was last on campus on […]