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Coronavirus (COVID-19) information

Michelle Kuss-Cybula


June 29, 2020

Dear Friends and Families of Cle Elum-Roslyn School District,

I hope this message finds you well and fully embracing the joy of summer.

I wanted to reach out to you and share with you our work around developing a comprehensive plan for reopening our schools in the fall.

Each day, we read about more and more schools across the country releasing their plan for the return to schools in the fall. Our Reopening of Schools Advisory committee is working hard to create our reopening plan for Cle Elum-Roslyn students, staff, and families. We want to make sure that when we put forth a plan to our school board, that we have carefully and respectfully taken into account all safety and health precautions. This includes guidance from our local health officer, Dr. Mark Larson, input from families via email and the survey data, as well as the Reopening Guidance  from WA state Office of Public Instruction Superintendent, Chris Reykdal.

Like many of you, I would like to see our plan finished and published to our community as soon as possible. However, we want to make sure that our plan aligns to the most current research around safety and health, which seems to be evolving as new research on social distancing, the spread of the disease, and face masking could have an influence on our decision making. Our committee will continue to work through the latest research and closely with the support of Dr. Larson and our school board. You can follow our work by visiting our meeting minutes on our district web site You may also find the newly released OSPI Reopening of Schools Q & A helpful in answering your questions or addressing your concerns.

We want to make the choice that is right for our community by prioritizing the health and safety of our students, staff, families, and greater community. 

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Warm regards,

Michelle Kuss-Cybula
Cle Elum-Roslyn School District
(509) 649-4850

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