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: Changes beginning 11/2/20
Arrival & Dismissal is one of my favorite times of day where I can greet students as they enter the building and say goodbye as they exit the building. This process has been efficient and smooth. We are going to gain some more instructional minutes starting on November 2nd!
As of 11/2/20, 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 8:55-9:10 am. If your child arrives after 9:10 you and your child will have to report to the main entrance/office. Virtual and In Person Learners will be marked tardy after 9:15 am and/or the start of morning meetings.
Please make sure your child is attending ALL Classes!
Dismissal will begin for parent pick ups at 3:15 pm; Last names: A-L: 3:15-3:20 pm and Last Names: M-Z: 3:25-3:30pm. Please remember your Picture ID!
Please wear masks and practice social distancing until you and your child are safely in your vehicle.
Bus dismissal will begin as bus transportation arrives. Hoping to have all students dismissed safely between 3:25- 3:30 pm from the building.
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Have a fun and safe Halloween! Below is November’s Newsletter. Have a nice weekend. Enjoy the snow and remember to turn clocks back on... Read More
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Dear CIP Families,Letters were mailed home today to each family which included your child’s learning option, teacher placement, school calendar, classroom supply list, Google... Read More
Dear CIP Community, On Wednesday, The Governor and Commissioner announced that they are adjusting the first day of classes for all students in Rhode... Read More
Lifespan > Centers and Services > Kids’ Link RI Kids’ Link RI™ is a hotline for children in emotional crisis. A program offered in... Read More
You can get help from the state of Rhode Island if you are having trouble connecting online for distance learning. For more details click... Read More
CIP is not a peanut/nut free school but we have designated areas that are peanut/nut free. Certain classrooms have been designated as peanut/nut free... Read More
Foster Human Services is collecting socks 🧦 for school-aged children (ages 5-18). They can be dropped off in the food bins at libraries, PO, town hall or outside DHS office. ?? Call Carol Mauro @ 392-9208 #CIPLearns
We specifically need to keep in mind the social emotional needs of students. As a social worker I am keenly aware of this. As an SLP I know that emotional issues, anxiety and other mental health issues show themselves in language. #CIPLearns #SEL
"Dear students, you are the focus of the class, not me. You are important as a learner and a human being in this class." @TeachThought https://t.co/lAAKu8gDoT
Thank you @MackinLibrary and @Catlin_Tucker for a great session on Blended Learning for Connection & Curiosity. I am inspired for the year to come!! #CIPLearns #MackinSummerCamp
New start date to school year for students: September 14. While it has been a difficult road with many turns, the uncertainty is hard for kids (and families). This has been a traumatic event. Remember that. Let’s treat it as such. #trauma #COVID19 #CIPLearns
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