Cannon County Schools has announced that Friday, May 21st, 2021 will be an “Off-Campus” Day for most Cannon County Elementary Schools’ students. Elementary School Students that are failing classes will be required to attend on this day, and other students in our Life Skills / CDC classes will also be attending.
Cannon County High School will be in full operation as their Final Exams are scheduled to begin on Friday, May 21st, 2021. Bus Service will also take place for those students required to attend, lunch will be served to those students in attendance, and limited ESP Services will also take place. Cannon County Elementary Schools will inform those students that must attend on this day, however, most students will be learning from their homes. Assignments will be provided in multiple ways via Google Classroom and Packets on the “Flex/Asynchronous Day.”
Director of Cannon County Schools, Mr. William Freddy Curtis, stated, “I met with Supervisors and Principals recently, and they suggested utilizing this date that would work in our schedule. We are continuing to support teachers and faculty to utilize this ‘Flex/Asynchronous Day’ to work with failing students on a ‘one-on-one basis’ and to utilize this day for evaluation of learning as we near the close of the 2020-2021 School Year. We have incredible educators that are working extremely hard, and this day will assist them in multiple ways. We continue our focus on the VISION of Cannon County Schools – ‘Engaged in Excellence EVERY Day and in EVERY Way!’ and OUR MISSION – ‘To create a Unified Environment That Will Provide Opportunities for ALL Students to Reach Their Full Potential.’ We sincerely appreciate our Parents/Guardians and their partnership with ALL our schools in Cannon County.”
For media inquiries, please contact Mr. William Freddy Curtis, Director of Cannon County Schools at 629-201-4801 Extension 10101 or at email@example.com for local Cannon County Schools information.