Governor Ron DeSantis has announced that all K-12 schools will continue distance learning through the end of the school year. Therefore, Collier County Public Schools (CCPS) campuses will remain CLOSED to all students through the end of the school year and CCPS eLearns will continue until the last day of school, which is June 3. Announcements regarding senior awards, graduation/commencement, and other end-of-year activities (including picking up belongings) will be forthcoming when information becomes available.
As we continue the school year in a virtual environment, we understand how important it is to celebrate our graduating seniors. In the coming weeks, Collier County Public Schools will be delivering customized yard signs to each senior student to acknowledge and celebrate their hard work and accomplishments. These yard signs, which may also be displayed in a window or entryway, were designed by CCPS staff and printed with the generous support from many local businesses and organizations. Again, information regarding graduation/commencement will be forthcoming.
CCPS will continue its eLearns Teacher-Led Virtual Instruction through the end of the school year. Students should be logging into Canvas each day (canvas.collierschools.com). You may also visit the 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.
We recognize that virtual learning is a new experience and that you may also be facing unprecedented circumstances with your own work routines and lives. It is incredibly important that you know we all support you in balancing eLearns with your current circumstances. If it feels like too much for you or your child, adjust to what is manageable, stay in contact with your child’s teacher(s), and we will work to support you.
Thank you for your continued patience and flexibility.