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 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.
*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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Students are expected to complete all assignments and lessons at their own pace.
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❤️to the author community giving these amazing opportunities for our students. As if their words weren’t enough #grateful #CIPLearns #AuthorsLoveTeachers and School Librarians Giveaway, 2021 https://t.co/BaPObiOd2Z via @LynMullalyHunt
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
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