Great News from Calumet's First Quarter

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Distanced classroom

With its first quarter now finished, Calumet Christian School Principal Tyler Wriston says its efforts to safely hold classes in-person are working great. He says, with 98% of the students attending in-person, they've had zero confirmed COVID cases among students and teachers.

Many parents have expressed their gratitude for the school's efforts: Katie Himsworth says, "I really appreciate all the things you have implemented and feel really confident sending my girls to school. They love it!" Another parent, Rachel Yensel said, "I am overwhelmingly grateful for the care, preparation, prayer, consideration, and wisdom that the teachers, admin, and staff have all contributed to make the first quarter of school safe, welcoming, and enjoyable. Too many answered prayers to even keep track of."

One particular highlight--Tyler says 100% of students, including those attending remotely, have completed all parts of the standardized MAP test.

Click here for a video on Calumet's safety plan.