CSLA did everything possible to open K-12 on-campus, on-time this fall. However, with late summer guidance, the Oregon State and Yamhill County infection rates will not meet the required metrics.
CSLA started the year with our Teacher-Led, Learning-at-Home model enhanced by utilizing a guidance exception which allowed all student to attend class on campus 2 hours each day in restricted cohorts.
On November 6, we transitioned our 1st-5th grade classes to full time, on campus, instruction, but shortly thereafter the county cases spiked and we were forced back to the 2 hour morning on campus model, followed by Teacher-Led, Learning-at-Home utilize Google or Zoom.
As of January 1, the ODE/OHA mandates have been moved to advisory only, giving all schools/areas discretion on their teaching models.
As of January 11, C.S. Lewis Academy will be opening our elementary class levels for FULL-TIME, ON-CAMPUS instruction.
The middle and high schools will continue operate under the model the state of Oregon previously referred to to as Limited In Person Instruction (LIPI) followed by afternoon classes on ZOOM within our Teacher-Led, Learning at-Home model.
Our middle school and high school are tentatively set to pivot back to full-time, on-campus instruction starting on or about January 25, the start of our 2nd semester.
CSLA varsity high school programs will follow the new OSAA activities calendar. The 3 sports seasons have been consolidated with the Fall season being primarily in March/April, the Spring season in April/May, and Winter sports in May/June.
At this time we hope to also offer some grade school and middle school sports, those are yet to be determined, but if offered will roughly follow the high school seasons.