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Student Tips for Virtual Learning

Part 1: Student Tips for Virtual Learning By: Eddie Riley, CLCS Administrator   As the possibility of a return to virtual learning is mandated from the State authorities, I wanted to share with you some tips for both parents and students to make the most out of the remote learning platform. Regardless of whether it

Thanksgiving Holidays / Virtual Classes

School will be CLOSED in observance of Thanksgiving Holidays at 11:30am on Wednesday, November 25, 2020 and closed all day on Thursday and Friday, November 26 and 27.  No Aftercare for holidays Wednesday thru Friday November 25 - 27 2020. MS and HS Class Schedule:  Homeroom, 1, 3, 4, 5, 11:30am Dismissal     DUE TO

JUNIOR CLASS – SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKERS

The Junior class has been studying speeches that inspired action, and special guests joined them via Google Meet. Chief Justice of the WV Supreme Court, Tim Armstead, joined to discuss historical speeches that inspired people to sacrifice their lives for change, and Rev. John Sylvia joined the group to discuss the I Have a Dream

SHELTER IN PLACE DRILL 11-16-20

CLCS had their annual Shelter-In-Place DRILL Monday November 16 2020, beginning at 8:30am lasting until 9:00am. Building seals could not be broken. THEREFORE, students were not permitted to exit buildings or leave campus during this DRILL time. Parents were NOTpermitted to enter buildings once secure. Doors locked at 8:30am. We will always announce a  DRILL

SUSPENSION OF WINTER SPORTS & EXTENSION OF THANKSGIVING BREAK

MIDDLE SCHOOL VIRTUAL SCHEDULE 2020-21 CLCS HIGH SCHOOL VIRTUAL SCHEDULE 2020-21 Friday, November 13, 2020 Dear CLCS Families, I am sure by now you have gotten wind of the Governor’s new executive orders regarding Thanksgiving Break and the Suspension of Winter Sports.  https://www.wsaz.com/2020/11/13/governor-justice-issues-several-executive-orders/ “Winter sports are postponed until January 11. This includes wrestling, basketball, and

ADMINISTRATOR’S ARTICLE November 13 2020

What Were You Thinking? By: Eddie Riley, CLCS Administrator “The quality of your thinking determines the quality of your life.”  (A. R. Bernard) “Your attitude more than your aptitude will determine your altitude.” (John Maxwell) "We become what we think about.” (Marcus Aurelius, 121-180 AD) As a man "thinketh in his heart, so is he. (Proverbs 23:7) If

Seniors Participate in See You at the Pole 2020

Seniors Participate in See You at the Pole 2020 Masked and socially distanced, our senior class gathered with faculty and staff to take part in the 2020 See You at the Pole event on Wednesday, September 23. See You at the Pole is a global day of student prayer that began in 1990 with a

FIRST DAY IN-PERSON 2020-21

Faculty and students were excited to be back in the classroom this week! Even with the new routines of temperature-taking and mask-wearing, the first day of in-person school 2020-2021 went smoothly! Welcome back students!                                             

SCHOOL OPENING LETTER SEPTEMBER 2020

September 6, 2020 Dear CLCS families, Have you ever planned for something with great anticipation and at the last minute everything changed? That’s the way the faculty and staff feel at CLCS. It feels like we have been preparing to get back to school forever. The Bible says “be anxious for nothing but in everything

CLCS UPDATES to Re-Opening as of JULY 13 2020

Administrative Update: 7/13/2020 Well, it’s been very busy here at CLCS.  I know you have heard this before but it’s like trying to get a drink out of a fire hose. It’s overwhelming. I wanted to give you a couple of necessary updates. The COVID Task Force The Task Force committee has completed its compilation