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Center Line Public Schools is proudly accredited by NCA CASI, an accrediting division of AdvancED.  Our accreditation demonstrates our dedication to continuous improvement in all that we do.  We are committed to providing all students relevant and challenging learning experiences to inspire success and empower them to be the leaders of tomorrow.

Remote Learning Continues until Jan. 12, 2021

Remote Learning Continues until Jan. 12, 2021 Image
Dear CLPS Community,
 
At the November 23rd Board of Education meeting, the Board voted to support an extension of remote learning for Pre K- 12th grade through January 12th, 2021.  This decision affords CLPS some time to watch and react accordingly to the spread/containment of COVID-19.  The Board will have several opportunities to address the possible return to hybrid learning through discussions at the December 14th and January 11th Board meetings.  I am extremely grateful for the Board's guidance through this pandemic.  Each member has his/her own unique viewpoint on how best to meet our students' needs.  All of them have been willing to listen to each other and respond from their heart.  We appreciate everyone's understanding and the extra effort it takes to educate our students in the best and safest means possible.  
 
Please be watching for an important communication from your child's school regarding your child's second semester learning environment.  If you would like to move your child from the virtual environment to the hybrid one or vice versa at the semester break, you need to return the written request to your child's school as soon as possible so we can determine staffing and attempt to place as many students as we are able into their chosen mode of learning.  If you have questions, please contact your child's principal. 
 
Have a restful and safe Thanksgiving break.

Joseph L. Haynes
Superintendent
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