Clarenceville School District Important Statement
Statement for Release –September 9, 2020
The District has been made aware of a press release from a local law firm regarding a former employee of our District. As always, our District’s deepest commitment is to the health, safety, and welfare of our students. Beyond physical health and well-being, our commitment extends to all aspects of the student experience, including addressing any allegations of misconduct that might arise. In every such instance, the District seeks to respond immediately when we learn of allegations from or in relation to individuals within our school community. When allegations such as those contained within the press release surface, questions about how the District responded naturally follow. The District wants to make it clear that when concerns were shared during the former employee’s employment, the District promptly followed its established policies and fully investigated the concerns. To the extent that new allegations have been advanced, we are committed to fully cooperating with law enforcement to examine any such concerns from this former employee’s time with the District. The District does not discuss student or personnel matters in a public forum or comment on pending litigation of any kind. At the same time, the District wants to emphasize its commitment to working with and supporting all individuals within our school community.
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The 2020 Holiday Craft Show has been canceled.
Click here to view the Elementary Parent Town Hall Slide Show (Oct 13, 2020).
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Click here to view the Clarenceville COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan approved by the Board of Education on August 13, 2020.
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Parent Town Hall Meeting Information
VIDEO RECORDING: Elementary Parent Reopening Town Hall
Meeting August 5, 2020
VIDEO RECORDING: Secondary Parent Reopening Town Hall
Meeting August 5, 2020