Welcome

The School District of Cameron in partnership with parents and community, ensures educational opportunities that give each student the knowledge, skills, and appreciation essential to succeed in an ever changing world, by providing a safe environment  and a caring staff that is responsive to individual needs.

2021-22 Back-to-School Plan

Cameron School District - Board Approved: August 10, 2021

Face Coverings
Face coverings are optional for all students and staff throughout the school buildings, but are required on school buses as per CDC Order. The District’s insurance carrier has recommended that the District adhere to this CDC Order which states that masks must be worn on all forms of public conveyance (subject to specific exclusions), including school buses.

https://www.cdc.gov/quarantine/pdf/Mask-Order-CDC_GMTF_01-29-21-p.pdf

Distancing
District staff will continue to encourage distancing of 3 feet or more for students and staff. However, learning groups will be allowed. Students will be advised to avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands, and covering coughs and sneezes with tissue or elbows. Classrooms will continue to be spaced to the best of our ability while maintaining as normal of a classroom setting as possible. 

Contact Tracing & Quarantines
COVID-19 is a Category 1 communicable illness per DHS, and according to DHS Chapter 145, we are required to report a known case of COVID-19 to public health immediately. Contact tracing will be completed at the direction of Public Health as necessary. The District will require quarantines of any students or staff that have been placed on quarantine by Public Health.

Per WI State Statute 252.21, students will be sent home if they are experiencing symptoms of a communicable disease. Students should remain at home until they have been symptom free for 24 hours.

Communicating Confirmed COVID-19 Cases
Families of any student(s) identified as being at potential risk of contact of a positive COVID-19 case while at school or a school activity will be sent a form letter stating such. 

Facility Cleaning

  • All HVAC units will be set to maximize the amount of outside air brought into the buildings.
  • District buses will be sanitized once per day.
  • Hand sanitizer will continue to be readily available throughout the District.
  • Routine daily cleanings will continue throughout all school buildings.  
  • Supplies will be available for staff to disinfect commonly used spaces, desks and equipment as necessary.
  • All classroom doors will be left open throughout the school day and windows when weather allows. This will allow for better air flow within the classroom and will also reduce the need for touching doors frequently. 

Food Service
Students will be reminded about good hygiene habits prior to entering the lunch line.  Sanitation stations will also be located in the cafeteria area. Students will also be encouraged to practice physical distancing while in the lunch line and cafeteria. 

WIAA Athletics, School Activities & Field Trips
Guidance from the WIAA, WSMA, Heart of the North Athletic Conference will all be considered to safely hold events and activities. Spectators will be allowed with no restrictions at this point. Field trips will also be allowed.

Parents & Families
Parents/families will be able to enter the buildings to drop off/pick up students in the designated locations within our buildings.

Parent Teacher Conferences throughout the school year will be offered both in-person and virtually.

Visitors
Visitors are to contact the office to determine if the visit is necessary and essential. Otherwise, visitors during the school day will not be allowed.

If you would like to request a copy of this information in an alternate language, please email Joe Leschisin at jleschisin@cameron.k12.wi.us.

2021-22 Covid Case Information

View 2021-22 Covid-19 case information by clicking Here.

We Need You!

The School District of Cameron is currently seeking applicants for open positions. Enjoy competitive wages, benefits, and a great work environment.

Open positions include:
Bus Drivers
Food Service Substitutes
Office Aides
Coaches
& More

See all open positions Here

Speak Up Speak Out

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The Wisconsin Department of Justice is thrilled to introduce the SPEAK UP, SPEAK OUT (SUSO) Resource Center!

SUSO was created to help keep students safe by offering a comprehensive, one-stop place to turn with safety concerns, including a threat reporting system. 

Visit https://speakup.widoj.gov/ to learn more. #SpeakUpWI

 

Comet Care Pack

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Our mission is to help end child hunger in our Cameron School District one Comet Care Pack at a time.

Click Here for more information.

Special Needs Scholarship Program

School Boards are required by 2015 Wisconsin Act 55 (the state budget bill – section 115.7915(5) of the state statutes) to annually notify the parents/guardians of each child with a disability enrolled in the school district of the new Special Needs Scholarship Program (private school voucher program), which began in the 2016-2017 school year.

Veterans Tribute Plaza Project

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CHS is providing our businesses and community members with an alternative way to support our new Veterans’ Tribute plaza at our new athletic field, support the Cameron athletic programs and promote your business.

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Thank You to Our Sponsors

Many thanks to all our sponsors who continue to support our students and programs! 

Sponsorship Listing