CLOVIS (KSMX)- Though many New Mexico Schools are facing uncertain/unknown circumstances, one thing is set in stone: remote learning until September 8. Clovis Municipal Schools have released their remote learning guideline to help ease the questions and stress of parents and students who are “just trying to figure it out”.
August 17, is the first day of school for students of Clovis Municipal Schools in 1 – 12 grades and August 24, for preschool and kindergarten.
By order of the New Mexico Governor, due to an increase in COVID-19 cases, public schools in the state will begin the 2020-2021 academic year in a remote learning mode. This order is subject to re-evaluation, with a possible move to hybrid instruction no earlier than September 8, depending on COVID-19 related conditions at that time. Additionally, due to the nature of COVID-19, there may be other scenarios in the future where instruction in the District, individual schools, or segments of schools, may need to be temporarily conducted remotely.
As the District prepares to begin the new school year, it is without question that remote learning will be a significant factor in the education of students for some time to come, including when circumstances allow for a move to hybrid learning. That in mind, CMs has released a document intended to serve as a Remote Learning Guide for families, students and staff to assist as the District navigates virtual learning: