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Columbus still remains below the state and national response rates. 80,000 uncounted households equals approximately $120 million each year for the next 10 years in lost funding for city. That could negatively affect our funding for:
- Title I schools
- After-school programs
- School breakfast and lunch programs
- Pre-K/early learning centers
- Special education
- Professional development for our employees
- Stay home if you/your student(s) are…
Week of September 14-18, 2020
| Category Description || # |
| Total enrolled students || 30,772 |
| Student positive cases || 2 |
| New student self-quarantine or isolation cases || 15 |
| Total employees ||5,175…|
National GEAR UP week activities hosted by Columbus State University
Monday, September 21 | 6:00 p.m.
Virtual Game Night
Tuesday, September 22 | 6:00 p.m.
Career Exploration Series: Georgia Film Academy
Wednesday, September 23 | various times
Virtual College Visits
- 3:30 p.m.: Savannah State University
- 4:00 p.m.: Clayton State University
- 4:00 p.m.: Georgia State University
- 6:00 p.m.: Columbus State University
- 6:00 p.m.: Georgia Southern University
Thursday, September 24 |6:00 p.m.
Building Your Brag Sheet for Scholarships, College Admissions & Employment
Complete the Census: https://my2020census.gov/
REMINDER: Phase two of the choice model re-opening phase-in plan starts Monday, September 21, 2020.
All students in grades Pre-K-12 will proceed with the choice model based on their declarations for in-person or virtual instruction. Students without a declaration on record will be marked for in-person instruction.
- Arrival: Each school will conduct temperature checks and review students for any signs/symptoms of illness. Please arrive early to ensure safety checks…
We could lose $120 million in funding each year for the next ten years.
How you can help: complete the Census for your household at mycensus2020.gov.
Why does it matter for schools?
We receive federal funding for our students and communities based on…
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