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School Mask Policy Change

February 28, 2022

Dear Parent(s)/Guardians,

I wanted to reach out and inform you of the “NEW” COVID procedures update for mask requirements.

On Friday, February 25, 2022, The CDC announced that School districts in areas where COVID risk is low or medium may now drop masks both indoors and on transportation. The CDC will now only recommend universal school masking in communities at the high level. Effective March 1, 2022, Re-Education Services will NOT require students, staff, or visitors to wear masks. We will continue to maintain social distancing practices and follow COVID protocols. Should the community level rise to a “HIGH” level we will reinstate the mask mandate.

We would also ask that you continue to monitor your child for any health or illness concerns and communicate any concerns with our building supervisors. If your child is ill, please keep them home. Our illness policy remains that students must be fever-free and symptom-free for 48 hours before returning to school.

We appreciate your support and understanding during these challenging times.


Fredrick A. Frisco


May - Coming Down the Home Stretch!

As the school year winds down, the students will have opportunities to participate in Intramurals on the field outside along with a school-wide trip to the zoo and field day on the last day of school. Classrooms have additional activities for the students to enjoy as we celebrate the closing of a great school year!

Upcoming Events – May

May 10 – 1/2 Day 11:15 Dismissal

May 27 – Memorial Day – No School

May 29 – School Zoo Trip

May 30 – Student’s Last Day – 11:15 Dismissal


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NCCC was developed and created as an opportunity to provide resources, training, and employment for lifelong learners embracing Autism.

The NCCC original concept, building design, and marketing have been a collaboration by students from local schools.   The students of Re-Education benefit and learn weekly at NCCC.  To help support our students and the NCCC program go to www.northcoastcorn.com and make your popcorn purchase today!