CSD Special Edition
School Closure news & updates
May 20, 2020 | Issue 21
CSD Response Plan Update
A Message from Mr. Bugnacki
Today when I looked at the calendar and saw that it was May 20th, I was surprised. I thought, where did the time go? I am still back at the end of March, with the last eight weeks flying by, it’s now near the end of May! I suspect most of you are feeling the same way. You’ve had your head down, doing what you must to maneuver through our current situation. I mentioned a few weeks ago that I segmented our work around the pandemic into three buckets; wrapping up the school year, summer school and planning for the fall. More and more attention is now focusing on what the new school year will look like this fall. In the last week, I’ve had several conversations with parents, staff and community members regarding the start of school. Our goal is to start school, in person, on September 8, 2020. There’s much that needs to be done in the next two months to finalize the plan by the beginning of August, but we are up for the challenge. We want our kids back!!
The 2020-21 school year will be here soon, and we know there will be plenty of anxiety on what it will look like. As we begin to develop plans, we’ll continue to share aspects of those plans as they take shape. The ultimate goal is to develop your confidence in the safety measures we put in place. With school back in session in the fall, there may also be an option developed for remote virtual learning for those that wish to continue to keep their kids home. We’ll always develop the best educational options so every student has access to the quality educational experience that best fits their comfort level, given whatever the status of the pandemic is at that time. For now, let the excitement build for our return to school on September 8, the first day of school for the 2020-21 school year. Have a safe and extended Memorial Day weekend with your family.
Superintendent, Todd Bugnacki
District Communications & Newsletters
Karen Egelhoff, Communications Coordinator
Summer Academy Survey

Thank you to those of you who were able to provide feedback on the summer school survey.  District summer school leads, Conrad Farner and Dan Reinert, are working with staff to explore potential options for this up-and-coming summer.  More details to follow soon!
Teaching & Learning
C&I Director, Alan Groth; Student Services Director, Ted Noll;
Technology & Assessment Director, Kirstin Rose,
Data & Assessment Coordinator, Deanna Nelson and Digital Learning Coach, Krista Penrod
MakerSpace equipment and design plans are underway. This fall, each school will have a dedicated MakerSpace!  Plans are in motion to put the final touches on the design work and equipment locations in preparation for teachers and students in the fall!
Student Services Team
Director of Student Services & Special Education, Ted Noll
If your children are in need of support, please reach out to the School Psychologist or School Counselor at your student’s school. We are here to help you!
Screenagers: NEXT Chapter
Galin Education is offering a free virtual screening of the film Screenagers: NEXT Chapter on Thursday, May 21st along with follow-up sessions this month. Screenagers: Growing up in the Digital Age was the first feature documentary to explore the impact of screen technology on kids and offer parents and families proven solutions. Register below for this virtual event.
Aramark Meals Program
Aramark Food Service Director, Laura Augustine
Aramark continues to be open every Wed. from 10-12PM. Five days worth of food to each individual is provided, limit 4 per car. Pick up in the south parking lot of the high school. We have limited bags so come early to reserve your bag! Riteway is available for delivery. Contact Laura at laugustine@cedarburg.k12.wi.us .

Due to construction, the last day the Cedarburg School District will be able to serve meals for the school year is Wednesday, June 3rd . However, if it is convenient for you, we have partnered with the Mequon-Thiensville School District to enable Cedarburg residents to receive meals from their program, which goes through June 30th. They are open Monday- Friday from 9-11 am at Homestead High School in front of the roundabout.

Aramark wants to hear from you! If you've participated in the Cedarburg COVID-19 Meal Program, we'd love to learn about how effective our program has been in serving community members during the pandemic. All answers are confidential and optional. Please complete this Aramark Meals Survey by May 22, 2020. Thank you in advance for your participation. We look forward to gaining some insight regarding your experience with this program.
Health & Wellness
School District Nurse, Nicole Cofta
We finally have what it appears to be 2 solid days of sunshine and warmer temperatures before the rain returns. I think we are all looking forward to being able to enjoy the sunshine, fresh air, and much needed time outside of our homes.
As we continue to navigate through this pandemic please remember that though the Safer At Home order is no longer in effect, COVID-19 is still present in our communities.  It's important for all of us to continue to follow the CDC recommendations of practicing social distancing, wearing a face mask when visiting public places and/or when social distancing is not feasible, and continue to wash our hands frequently.  This not only protects you, but all of those around you.
COVID-19 Testing
In collaboration with the North Shore Health Department and the Wisconsin National Guard the Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department will be offering two drive-thru COVID-19 testing sites at Concordia University - Mequon and Washington County Fair Park in West Bend.

Testing will be open to the public for 3 days at each location. This service is open to all Wisconsin residents with or without COVID-19 symptoms.

It is important to note that registration is required. Individuals that do not register in advance will not be tested.

More details here from the Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department .
Additional Resources
Coronavirus COVID-19 Resources
Stay informed with factual information regarding COVID-19 by visiting reputable sources such as the CDC, Washington Ozaukee Public Health Dept. or Wisconsin DHS websites.