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Stakeholder Groups

The CCPS Recovery Plan has guided our preparation to resume in-person instruction for all students this fall. Local recovery plan stakeholder groups were first formed in July 2020. CCPS worked to ensure the workgroups were inclusive of many groups of district stakeholders. Participants represented are:

  • Charles County Emergency Services
  • Charles County Department of Health
  • CCPS School Safety Advisory Committee
  • Charles County NAACP
  • Teachers
  • Community members/parents
  • Students
  • School administrators
  • Superintendent and the senior leadership team

Work groups with more than 100 participants reviewed options in the areas of:

  • Maintaining and enhancing continuity of learning
  • Providing a learning and working environment that sustains the highest safety level that is reasonable and follows the most recent medical advice.
  • Ensuring educational access and equity for all students
  • Building upon collaborative partnerships
  • Proactive communication with staff and our community
  •  Elementary school instruction
  • Middle school instruction
  • High school instruction
  • Operations
  • Health and safety

Parents, community members, and staff were surveyed, and proposals were presented to the Board of Education for feedback. The 2021-2022 Reopening Plan was posted to the CCPS website for public access and review. Public response is invited and welcome. Students, parents and staff were surveyed via an online link which was available from December 15, 2021, to January 5, 2022. Based on survey responses, the Plan was revised. Responses from the three stakeholder groups were analyzed by central office staff to determine which elements of the Reopening Plan were successful and which elements could be improved. All three groups consistently supported the COVID19 protocols, meal services, and facility maintenance. Many students, parents and staff called for more virtual options for students, resulting in a change to the Reopening Plan (p.13). Many students, parents and staff called for more individualized support and tutoring for students, resulting in a change to the Reopening Plan (p.14-15).