In order to improve communication with all of our stakeholders, Corbett Charter School is entering the final phase of its conversion to the Corbett School District Web Site!
We don't want to lose touch with anyone, so please follow the guidelines below in order to customize your experience.
Direct contact with your student's teacher is always the best method of dialogue on important topics, however we want to ensure that you stay updated on news, classroom notes and events from CCS. To this end, in conjunction with CCS, the district is now providing more efficient means to access news and teacher notes published on the new district website from both CCS and Corbett Schools.
With this increased access to updates from CCS and the district comes a wide array of subscription options, ensuring that you receive notifications when something new is published on the website. Using the links provided on the Connect page (http://corbett.k12.or.us/connect/) you can choose what information (news and/or teacher notes) you'd like to receive, as well as in what form you receive this information; delivery options for each category of news and/or teacher notes includes email, text message (SMS), Twitter and RSS. This is entirely opt-in, so in order to receive further communication from CCS, please head to the Connect page and subscribe to any news or notes you'd like to receive.
For help on selecting and subscribing to updates from CCS teachers and district-wide news, visit the Connect page and scroll down to the section labeled, 'Website How-To and Q&A'. This list of common questions related to using the website should provide answers to most questions. If you need additional help, send a message to the district (or CCS administrators) using the email forms embedded on the Connect page.
It's important to note that Corbett School District and CCS do not mandate any minimum requirement for teachers to publish information to the website. Each teacher has the opportunity to utilize the teacher notes facility on the site, though adoption will vary based on individual teacher needs, time and working style. What's more, CCS Primary and Intermediate teachers do not publish individual classroom notes, instead opting to provide cumulative updates for these two school groups.
Thanks, and we'll see you on the other side!