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Connally ISD

2 days ago

You hear it all the time during flu season: wash your hands to prevent the spread of flu. You may have heard advice encouraging you to do the same to stop the spread of COVID-19. But do you know why this simple practice works so effectively? Washing your hands with soap and water breaks up the molecules of the virus and washes them away, preventing the virus from infecting you or others. To be able to effectively and reliably break up the virus cells, you must wash your hands thoroughly and vigorously for at least 20 seconds. Doing this can be incredibly effective! In fact, a study showed that when a group of elementary-aged school children participated in supervised handwashing 2-4 times per day, the spread of a similar virus was reduced by 47% While it is important to wash your hands, it is also important that we all regularly disinfect surfaces. COVID-19 has been shown to live for up to three days on various surfaces. If you must leave your home for essential services, be sure to wash your hands as soon as you return and disinfect any surfaces you may have touched. If someone in your home is ill, it’s also important to regularly disinfect. Applying soap and water plus commonly used disinfectants to frequently touched surfaces will break up the virus and carry it away, in the same way soap kills and carries away the virus on your hands. We hope you and your family are able to regularly take these simple steps, which will help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and help your family to stay well. For more information on preventing the spread of COVID-19, visit www.tea.texas.gov/staywell view image

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Connally ISD

5 days ago

ANNOUNCING CLOSURE BEING EXTENDED THROUGH FRIDAY, MAY 1ST, 2020 Given the rapidly evolving situation with COVID-19, Connally ISD will extend the suspension of normal district operations at least through Friday, May 1st  in an effort to support our nation’s need to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus or COVID-19.  Our health officials report that cases are continuing to spread in the state, and an increase in confirmed cases in our county seems likely.  Suspending operations for this length of time will allow us to determine, in coordination with local health officials, state government, and the local government whether the virus is continuing to have community spread or whether it has been contained.  We are coordinating with other school districts in the county and will use the week of April 27th to make any decisions on whether there is a need to extend the suspension further.  To provide a sense of possible impact in order to help you prepare please continue to check our website at www.connally.org or our social media postings. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has outlined the need for all communities to implement a social distancing protocol.  We want to reiterate a request to our broader community to take the following reasonable precautions to prevent the spread of the illness: ·         Don’t shake hands ·         Wash your hands regularly ·         Limit movement within the community, especially avoiding crowded placed and maintaining 6 ft of distance between people   ·         If you are moving around in the community, don’t congregate in large groups ·         For those who have traveled to areas with known COVID-19 cases – both inside and outside of the country – we ask that you self-quarantine and monitor for symptoms. Students who have traveled should plan to stay home for two weeks after arriving home. Please contact your campus to let them know, and this will be considered an excused absence. ·         If you suspect you have symptoms of COVID-19, call your health care provider for medical advice. ·         Keep your child at home, if he/she feels ill, even if you think it is just a cold. ·         Do not leave the house if you are ill, except to access medical care This is a quickly changing situation, and we will continue to monitor information, will assess conditions throughout the week, and will provide updates via our website and social media. Thank you for your support and cooperation as we ensure that all members of the community in Connally ISD stay safe and healthy.  

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Connally ISD

11 days ago

Does your child (any grade) need a paper packet to complete their school work? Please visit any Connally ISD curbside feeding site to pick up work for your student between 8am-9am or 11am-12:30pm. Starting Monday, CPS will have packets at the feeding sites as well. CPS will also leave packets out on a table in front of the CISD Administration Building, Mondays only, from 9am-8pm. Curbside Feeding Sites (Monday-Friday): -Connally Elementary School- 300 Cadet Way, Waco, TX 76705, -Lacy Lakeview Civic Center- 505 E. Craven, Waco, TX 76705, -Brazos Village Apartments- 2525 Lakeshore Drive, Waco, TX 76705, -Chalk Bluff Baptist Church- 5993 Gholson Rd, Waco, TX 76705, -Elm Mott Center- W. Elm Mott Drive

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Connally ISD

11 days ago

Although McLennan County is under a Shelter in Place Order, Connally ISD will continue to provide breakfast and lunch at 5 locations (curbside pick up or student walk-up). This is considered an "essential activity". Children ages 0-18. One meal per child and children must be present to receive a meal! This is still a requirement by USDA. For all parents picking up meals, each child must be in your vehicle in order to receive a meal. When: Monday-Friday, Breakfast 8am-9am, Lunch 11am-12:30pm- Where: Connally Elementary School- 300 Cadet Way, Waco, TX 76705, Lacy Lakeview Civic Center- 505 E. Craven, Waco, TX 76705, Brazos Village Apartments- 2525 Lakeshore Drive, Waco, TX 76705, Chalk Bluff Baptist Church- 5993 Gholson Rd, Waco, TX 76705, Elm Mott Center- W. Elm Mott Drive

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Connally ISD

16 days ago

ANNOUNCING CLOSURE BEING EXTENDED THROUGH FRIDAY, APRIL 3RD, 2020 Given the rapidly evolving situation with COVID-19, Connally ISD will extend the suspension of normal district operations through Friday, April 3rd in an effort to support our nation’s need to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus or COVID-19.  Our health officials report that cases are continuing to spread in the state and an increase in confirmed cases in our county seems likely.  Suspending operations for this length of time will allow us to determine, in coordination with local health officials, state government, and the local government whether the virus is continuing to have community spread or whether it has been contained.  We are coordinating with other school districts in the county and will use the week of April 3rd to make any decisions on whether there is a need to extend the suspension further.  To provide a sense of possible impact in order to help you prepare please continue to check our website at www.connally.org or our social media postings. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has outlined the need for all communities to implement a social distancing protocol.  We want to reiterate a request to our broader community to take the following reasonable precautions to prevent the spread of the illness: ·         Don’t shake hands ·         Wash your hands regularly ·         Limit movement within the community, especially avoiding crowded placed and maintaining 3 to 6 ft of distance between people (at least an arm’s length) ·         If you are moving around in the community, don’t congregate in large groups ·         For those who have traveled to areas with known COVID-19 cases – both inside and outside of the country – we ask that you self-quarantine and monitor for symptoms. Students who have traveled should plan to stay home for two weeks after arriving home. Please contact your campus to let them know, and this will be considered an excused absence. ·         If you suspect you have symptoms of COVID-19, call your health care provider for medical advice. ·         Keep your child at home, if he/she feels ill, even if you think it is just a cold. ·         Do not leave the house if you are ill, except to access medical care This is a quickly changing situation, and we will continue to monitor information, will assess conditions throughout the week, and will provide updates via our website and social media. Thank you for your support and cooperation as we ensure that all members of the community in Connally stay safe and healthy. Wesley Holt Superintendent Connally ISD

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