January 22, 2021
Dear Charlotte Catholic High School Families,

I appreciate your continued patience, understanding and support as our models of learning adjust while we continue to be proactive in our management of COVID-19 within our community.

Beginning Monday, January 25, CCHS will move to Model B (Hybrid). This model will limit the number of students on campus. Half the students will attend in person, while the other half learns remotely. The schedule will alternate each day. Sports and extra-curricular activities will continue to operate normally.

The reason for the shift is due to the number of current positive cases, which places Charlotte Catholic on the matrix for Model B. Our goal is to return to full in-person instruction on Monday, February 1, 2021.

The schedule for next week is as follows:

Please do not send your child to school if they are displaying any symptoms of illness.

As a reminder, the incubation period for coronavirus (the time between exposure to an infection and the appearance of first symptoms) is 2 to 14 days, but typically symptoms develop within 5 days. In every case of a positive test result, we continue to notify the local health department, conduct contact tracing and quarantine anyone who has been in close proximity to someone who tests positive.

Please watch your email in the next few days for updated quarantine information.

As always, please monitor your child for symptoms of illness including fever, chills, new cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, new loss of taste and/or smell, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. If you or family members display any symptoms, please contact your physician or call the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services’ coronavirus hotline at 1-866-462-3821.

Should you have any additional questions, please contact Nurse Kathie Holder at 704-543-1127 or at [email protected].

If you learn that your student has tested positive for COVID-19, please call the school immediately at 704-543-1127. If it is after hours or on the weekend, please email me at: [email protected].

Kurt Telford, Principal

cc: Dr. Greg Monroe, Superintendent of Catholic Schools
If a student tests positive for COVID
 Please see the protocol on page 23 in the Return to School plan. Any shift in the plan (to hybrid or full remote) would be in consultation with the health department and at the direction of the Diocesan Schools' Office.
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