COVID-19 Information for Families-
Reporting Probable or Actual COVID-19 Symptoms For All CIP Students and Families
If you are symptomatic, probable, confirmed, or a close contact please:
- CALL THE NEW HOTLINE NUMBER: 1-401-217-5019
- PLEASE LEAVE A MESSAGE OR TEXT and/or email to email@example.com
- PLEASE INCLUDE: NAME and SYMPTOMS!
*Also, if you are planning on traveling please consult with the Principal and/or school nurse to discuss protocols and quarantine information.
Mission Statement: At CIP we inspire students to become lifelong learners and responsible citizens in our community by providing a challenging and supportive environment!
A Paine Panther ROARS (Respect Others And Respect Self)
Vision Statement: All students will become lifelong learners and demonstrate proficiency in academic based national standards. Students will be able to use a growth mindset to meet future challenges and make positive choices.
ARRIVAL/DISMISSAL: Updated March 21
CIP doors will open for student arrival at 8:55 am. Please do not drop off students prior to 8:55 am without adult supervision outside. Adult supervision and doors will remain open from 8:55-9:10am.
Arrival will begin for parent drop offs at 8:55 am. It is requested that Last Names:A-L arrive between: 8:55- 9:02 am and Last Names M-Z: arrive between 9:04-9:10 am. The change is due to the traffic congestion with vehicles and busses as well as the safety of our students. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding in advance. We have more families dropping off and more students returning to CIP and this is exciting but we need to add some additional safety measures in place at this time.
If your child arrives after 9:10, please report to the main entrance/office with your child. Virtual and In Person Learners will be marked tardy after 9:14 am and/or the start of morning meeting.
Please make sure your child is attending ALL Classes! Please have your child follow the schedule and be on time for all classes listed in their Google Classroom. Attendance is crucial to your child's education and is reported to RIDE for accountability.
Dismissal will begin for parent pick ups at 3:19pm; Last names: A-L: 3:19-3:24 pm and Last Names: M-Z: 3:24-3:31pm. Please remember your Photo ID!
Please wear masks and practice social distancing until you and your child are safely in your vehicle. Please NO PETS outside any vehicles.
Bus dismissal will begin as bus transportation arrives. Hoping to have all students dismissed safely between 3:26- 3:31 pm from the building.
Please remember to send in your child's "yellow/white slip" for any changes in transportation. (Click here to view/print our Pick-Up-Early Dismissal-Bus Change Form)
*If you are "picking up" classroom materials please avoid arrival and dismissal times since this will interfere with safety. Materials can be "picked up" until 4:15pm daily.
All Materials will be placed in the front foyer by grade levels in bins. Please buzz the office to retrieve materials.
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