Students First - Schools to remain closed until May 1

Posted 4/2/20

This week, the Commissioner of the Florida Department of Education has directed all public schools in Florida to continue to be closed through May 1, 2020. Therefore, Collier County Public Schools …

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Students First - Schools to remain closed until May 1

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This week, the Commissioner of the Florida Department of Education has directed all public schools in Florida to continue to be closed through May 1, 2020. Therefore, Collier County Public Schools (CCPS) campuses will remain CLOSED to all students from Monday, March 30 through Friday, May 1. Additional school closures will be re-evaluated by the Florida Department of Education prior to May 1st, and any changes will be communicated as soon as available.

This continued school closure includes ALL:
• CCPS sites
• Before and after-school programs held at CCPS sites

• extracurricular activities, including athletic practices and competitions, will be canceled
• Adult and Community Education classes will be canceled
• District leases will be suspended
• planned District-sponsored student in- and out-of-county travel will be canceled

At this time, CCPS will continue CCPS eLearns Teacher-Led Virtual Instruction through May 1st. Any further extension of online learning will be based on guidance received from the Florida Department of Education. Students should log in to Canvas daily to access coursework from teachers. Visit our CCPS eLearns website at www.collierschools.com/eLearns for Canvas access, as well as supplemental learning activities, daily/weekly schedule templates, and many other resources.

Thank you for your continued patience and flexibility while we navigate uncharted territory during these challenging times.

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