Reopening Plan 2021

Reopening 2021Following one year of schools operating within a Hybrid Schedule due to the worldwide Pandemic, Carson City School District (CCSD) now presents a plan to reopen schools for the 2021-2022 academic year. Carson City School District intends to provide the information and guidance needed to help the community, families, students and staff understand the aspects of the reopening and operation of District schools under current public health conditions.

The District’s reopening school plan proposes full in-person instruction, five days per week for the 2021-2022 school year.  All programs and services offered by the District will be available to students and families. Students in grades 1-12 may apply for full remote (off campus) education through Pioneer Academy.  Pioneer Academy meets the Nevada Department of Education approved Path Forward Program of Distance Education. In addition, any students who may be quarantined due to COVID-19 or who must remain at home for any health related reason during the 2021-2022 school year will have access to academic content for short term absences (approximately two weeks or less). Access to school curriculum and classroom activities will be through District provided technology including support for internet connectivity. Only if and when governmental authorities close schools or limit school operations, a combination of distance education and in-person instruction, or a Hybrid Model may be implemented in response to a universal, public health threat. 

Click here to view the Safe School Reopening Plan 2021-2022