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(Press Release) — Members of the Commonwealth Coalition of Private Schools or CCOPS have continued ongoing meetings to plan a combined response to address the ongoing health emergency. 

The majority of CCOPS schools plan to open on Aug. 17, 2020 with at least a partial face-to-face presence.

 

Private school officials conduct a Zoom meeting. Contributed photo

Thanks to the hard work of the CCOPS Covid Subcommittee, the CNMI Covid-19 task force and the guidance from the CNMI Policies and Procedures for Covid-19 Prevention and Control in Educational Institutions as prepared and provided by Gov. Ralph DLG Torres's Covid-19 Task Force, private school leaders have worked hard to develop plans to minimize health risks and maximize educational opportunities for the islands 2000 private school families.

Many schools will host orientation activities and open house information sessions before the official start. During these sessions, students and parents will receive important information and training on school protocols for the current health emergency.

School leaders would like to express their gratitude to Governor Torres and the entire Covid-19 Task Force for their hard work in putting measures in place to protect our islands residents and for developing protocols for the safe reopening of our schools.

 

 

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