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Student Orientation and Schedule Pick-up

2 days ago

Welcome to McCormick Middle School! I hope that you have had a safe, yet pleasant and enjoyable summer during these trying times. We are excited to be back in school and look forward to starting the year! We appreciate your patience and flexibility as we plan for the safety of our faculty, staff, and students. As compared to years past, we are returning to school under different circumstances. With all the recommended guidelines and changes, we are working hard to establish and sustain a safe and positive learning environment for your student(s). 

Although our school will have different daily procedures, we want your child’s experience to be as positive and successful as possible. Despite our current circumstances, McCormick’s faculty and staff continue to have high expectations for your students’ academic success. Therefore, we want to support your student with opportunities to learn and thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. Either in person or virtually, we will have opportunities throughout the year to join clubs, play sports, take part in extra-curricular activities as well as focus on their academics. We want your students’ time spent with us to be a time of growth.

To get the year started, an orientation program has been scheduled for all 7th and 8th graders. Due to social distancing and safety procedures, our orientation will be broken into six (6) sessions. Students will be introduced to new COVID-19 procedures, Networks of Support, our Olweus Kickoff along with schedule pick up and school pictures. Each orientation session is assigned by grade level and student last name. To maintain social distancing guidelines, students may bring 1 adult with them. Masks are required and a health screening will be completed upon entrance. Doors will be open thirty minutes before the start of the orientation to allow for screening. If the identified time, does not work for you, please contact the office for alternative orientation options.

Our orientation programs will take place on:

August 11th – 7th grade: 9am-12pm

(Students last name begins with: A-F)

August 11th – 7th grade: 1pm – 4pm

(Students last name begins with: G-M)

August 12th – 7th grade: 9am-12pm

(Students last name begins with: N-Z)

August 12th – 8th grade: 1pm – 4pm

(Students last name begins with: A-G)

August 13th – 8th grade: 9am – 12pm

(Students last name begins with: H-M)

August 13th – 8th grade: 1pm – 4pm

(Students last name begins with: N-Z)


McCormick Middle School is committed to helping your student have the best year ever. If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to working with you.

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2 days ago

***McCormick Students:  On Monday, July 27th, access to the 2020-2021 class schedules were available on Infinite Campus in error.   The schedule that you may have seen might be incorrect and could possibly change. ***

Thank you for your patience as we plan for our upcoming school year. We understand that you may have questions as it pertains to our return. We have completed our reentry plan and have submitted to district leadership for approval. Once approved, it will be posted on our webpage. Please take a look at the FAQ document below to help answer your questions.

Question 1: Are students required to wear masks in the classroom?

All adults and students are required to wear masks when on school grounds, except for eating or other designated “mask breaks” that would take place outside. Masks will also be required for students riding the bus to/from school.

Question 2: Will students have access to handwashing and sanitizing?

Students will handwash/sanitize at regular intervals. McCormick will have supplies of hand sanitizer and soap to allow for frequent handwashing. Classrooms and school facilities will be disinfected regularly.

Question 3: How often will students’ social distance?

Answer: Students and staff will maintain six feet of social distancing in indoor and outdoor settings as much as possible.

Question 4: How will social distancing be enforced in the classroom?

Answer: Classrooms will be set up to follow the health and safety guidelines in our submitted plan. Classroom seating will be revised to maximize distancing between students as much as possible. Desks will be rearranged so that students are all facing the same direction and community desks will be removed.

Question 5: Will McCormick’s schedule be the same as the high school schedule?

Answer: No. There will be no change to the middle level schedules. As we continue to move forward with planning, our schedule will consist of the four cores meeting daily and electives rotating on an A/B yearlong schedule

Question 6: What is the deadline for students to enroll in Cheyenne Virtual School?

Answer: Students who live in the LCSD1 boundary may enroll in the Cheyenne Virtual Academy (CVS) at any time. Students who wish to leave CVS and return to a regular school may do so at the end of each quarter.

Question 7: Can my child attend Cheyenne Virtual Academy and participate in electives at McCormick?

Answer: Yes, but consideration is based on enrollment and seat availability.

Question 8: What is the status for McCormick athletics?

Answer: the McCormick Athletic Program will be following the WHSAA reentry recommendations. We are currently working on our individual reentry plan and will have updates posted by August 12th.

Question 9: Will students still have the option of participating in school approved clubs?

Answer: Per district guidelines, student organizations will not meet until the second quarter.

Question 10: Will students have access to personal lockers?

Answer: Due to the inability to properly clean and social distance, the decision has been made not to assign hallway or PE lockers. Students may bring a backpack and water bottle daily. Additional information will be shared at orientation.

Hello McCormick parents! As we enter our sports seasons, please remember that The Wyoming High School Activities Association and McCormick Jr. High School wants to remind you that good sportsmanship is one of the primary purposes of educational athletics. Our student-athletes and coaches recognize that judgment calls by officials, coaches, and themselves, are made in good faith and should be respected. Spectators can support both of these teams by refraining from derogatory or demeaning comments and cheers today.  Please represent your community, your school and yourself in a positive way. We hope that you will enjoy the game and support the students in a positive and sportsmanlike manner. Go  Warriors!


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