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COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION UPDATES

 

Please read and consider all the information referenced below and in the links regarding updated communications from Clearwater Central Catholic High School.

GENERAL RESOURCES

DOSP COVID-19 Waiver Form: Please return signed digitally via email to Mrs. Denison at mdenison@ccchs.org  or returned a printed copy to our Front Office. A recommended way to  sign digitally is using the apple pencil on the iPad and then sending it via email. 

Initial Intent to Return to Campus Option Form: Complete this Online Form indicating you intention to participate either “On-Campus”, “At-Home”, or “Undecided.”

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

CCC RETURN TO SCHOOL COMMUNICATIONS

Dear CCC community,

The Office of Catholic Schools Administrator Meeting on Thursday provided a strong reinforcement of our intent to open schools on August 24th. We remain excited about seeing our students through Blended Learning “On-Campus” or at “At-Home.” With building efforts in full gear and the anticipation of new furniture arriving next week for the classroom 300 A Wing, the campus will look brand-new to our freshman as well as returning students and teachers. The enhancements to the campus as well as new facilities will support our efforts to develop our students’ spiritual, intellectual, moral, physical, and creative potential.

The COVID-19 Response Task Force is on track with completing the CCCHS Re-Opening School Plan. This plan will include specific, new guidelines to operate the school and will be communicated on August 4, 2020. With new adjustments from the Office of Catholic Schools and the CDC, this plan will reflect the current updates and mandates necessary for the opening of schools. Our opening meeting with faculty and staff will be on August 3rd to review the Re-Opening of the School Plan. In addition, we are looking forward to the welcoming of 6 new members to our faculty/staff.

The FAQ document introduced last week has been updated to include questions received from our last communication piece on July 25th. We are encouraging you to read this document given that the Covid-19 pandemic, information can change from moment to moment. This is a “living document” that conveys up to date responses. Questions will remain clustered in the following groups: (A) Health and Safety Considerations; (B) Education Considerations. We hope that these answers help you to prepare for the beginning of the school year. In addition, we had the privilege of meeting with over 30 members of the student council this week to discuss the Re-Opening of School Plan. The meeting provided us a valuable opportunity to hear from our student leaders their concerns, questions, and creative ideas as we navigate the coming school year.

Enrollment for the 2020-2021 school year remains strong with over 550 fully registered students and a waiting list that continues to grow. Monday, July 27, 2020 was the deadline to submit the Initial Intent to Return Option Form. We appreciate that over 75% of our families have responded indicating an option and helping us to plan accordingly. With the addition of the decision tree and the comprehensive Re-Opening Plan communicated on Tuesday August 4th, we hope to achieve a 100% response rate as soon as possible.

If you are undecided and in need of additional information, please answer “Option 3: Undecided”. You will be contacted by the administration to address your individual questions. We will begin efforts next week to contact families that have identified option #2 and option #3. In addition, we will be contacting families that have not responded at all. Out of the 75% responses, 84% indicated On-Campus, 9% indicated At-Home, and 7% Un-decided. These numbers are critical to strategically plan for the beginning of school year through Blended Learning “On-Campus” or at “At-Home.”

We look forward to our freshman and transfer students arriving this coming week on August 3rd and August 4th to pick up their iPads. If you have questions, please contact Mr. Muñoz, our Director of Educational Technology, at amunoz@ccchs.org. He has sent directions already to activate the students’ ccchs.org email accounts and the process to pick-up their iPad.

You can find all communications related to COVID-19 on a dedicated space on CCCHS website. Please continue to respond with questions and feedback by emailing us at ccc-communications@ccchs.org and we will respond to you individually or as a group through the FAQ document based on the content.

We continue to appreciate your support and patience during these challenging days and invite you to live our motto for the year each day: “With courage and hope, we will make it together!”

In God’s provident care,

Dr. John A. Venturella, President

Mr. James W. Deputy, Principal

Mr. Enrique Garza, Assistant Principal

A Moment with the President- Dr. V

These last few weeks have been very difficult for the administration as we worked sometimes hours and hours a day planning for “how school would open in August.” Things seem to change so rapidly. For example, we sent out materials for the opening of school on August 10. No sooner had we sent them out, the Diocese of St. Petersburg made the decision to postpone our opening for two additional weeks. This, like many virus-related events, changed on a dime! That is life today. On a side note, we have received well over one hundred responses concerning how you would want your children to return to school this year and the vast majority chose “Blended Learning on Campus.” Let’s see what the rest of the week brings!

Reading and listening to the news each day can be incredibly unnerving. How can we keep ourselves “glued together” as we experience this time of tremendous uncertainty, stress, sickness, and rapid change? Obviously, taking care of our physical health and dealing with containment of the virus by protecting ourselves, is essential. Wearing masks, social distancing, stay-at-home orders fall under this category. Our psychological health, dealing with fear, frustration, anxiety, is also important for us these days. Activities such as exercise, yoga, and meditation can be excellent ways to keep ourselves psychologically healthy. The real concern here, for me at least, is not just reading about them but doing them. Beyond these two areas, is there another area that needs our attention daily?

Deepak Chopra, medical doctor and author, suggests there is a third area that is being sorely neglected—our spiritual health. He writes, “The spiritual effect of the outbreak, is being neglected, even though the presence of death, whether we want it to or not, evokes concern about the state of our souls. Spiritual well-being is alien to many people’s daily lives, and with the decline of organized religion, millions of people experience a sick soul, however you want to define it—weariness of heart, existential dread, a sinking feeling that nothing really matters—without finding a way out.”

Statistics indicate, at least in terms of Mass attendance, we were in trouble long before the pandemic began. If we just look at Mass attendance in this country prior to the pandemic, that becomes imminently clear. About 39 percent of Catholics reported attending church in any given week, according to data collected between 2014 and 2017. That was down from 45 percent between 45 percent between 2005 and 2008. And it’s a huge drop from 1955 when Gallup polling reported weekly Mass attendance at 75 percent! Acknowledging that attending church services is one of many ways to sustain our spiritual health, there are also other ways to compliment it. It would be important for each of us to consider what might “feed our soul” and make sure we attend to it.

What makes for a healthy spiritual life especially during these difficult days? Deepak Chopra suggests the following:

·     Having a sense of meaning and purpose.
·     Loving and being loved.
·     Fostering self-esteem, a sense of your own worth.
·     Tapping into inner peace and joy.
·     Being of service to others.
·     Becoming “generous of spirit.”

What might you do for your children during this pandemic to help them attend to their spiritual lives? What can we do, as adults, to foster our own spiritual lives? Chopra, while speaking to adults, provides a framework we can use when dealing with young people:

(1) Let them know they are loved and that their love is needed by others now more than ever,

(2) Provide a home environment that feeds their self-worth and doesn’t tear it down,

(3) Encourage them to be of service to others—calls to grandparents and e-mails to persons who are isolated and alone are just two of the many ways to accomplish this,

(4) Help them as they search for meaning and purpose in their lives,

(5) Encourage them to be generous.

Obviously, these suggestions are very helpful for both parents and young adults. I believe parents and adult mentors must take the lead in this process and lead by example. As the saying goes, “you can’t give, what you don’t have.” It’s essential for us to work on these aspects in our own lives while modeling them for our young people. “Do as I say and not as I do” doesn’t cut it anymore. I doubt it ever did!

None of this is easy; all of it is worthwhile! As we continue to live life these days, it seems to me that we must learn to “live with COVID-19” and manage its many effects on us. We must muster up the strength to remain patient with one another, to lovingly challenge one another, and to “hold each other’s hand” as we make our way through this pandemic. We are so much stronger together than we could ever be alone! That is the great gift of this school community. We are CCC. We are Marauders. Enough said!

Dr. V

Saturday, July 25, 2020

Dear CCC community,

We hope that your families are well and we continue to support one another other during these times of uncertainty with courage and hope. We are very excited and blessed to have an almost completely brand-new campus as a venue for our students “to develop their spiritual, intellectual, moral, physical, and creative potential and to respect the diversity among them and in the world beyond” (CCCHS Mission Statement). We are looking forward to seeing our students through Blended Learning “On-Campus” or at “At-Home.” The main goal of this communication is to introduce the FAQ document with responses to your questions and provide an update on calendar changes based on the new beginning of the school year.

In our last communication, we shared with you the change of start date to Monday, August 24, 2020. We also asked you to submit a DOSP waiver and the Initial Intent to Return Option Form indicating your option and helping us to plan accordingly. We appreciate the submitted waivers and initial intent responses. We hope to have all submissions by this Monday, July 27.  If you are undecided and in need of additional information, please answer “Option 3: Undecided”. You will be contacted by the administration to address your individual questions.

The CCCHS COVID-19 Response Task Force has been working diligently to develop the “CCCHS Re-Opening of School Plan.” This plan will include specific, new guidelines to operate the school this year. This document will be communicated on August 4, 2020. In the meantime, we have prepared a FAQ document that includes a summary of the questions received from our CCC community regarding our return to school. We hope that these answers help you to prepare for the beginning of the school year.  Given the Covid-19 pandemic, information can change from moment to moment.  This is a “living document” that conveys up to date responses. Questions are clustered in the following groups: (A) Health and Safety Considerations; (B) Education Considerations

In terms of calendar updates, the following events have new dates or are new to the calendar since we adjusted the start date to Monday, August 24. These events are for “On-Campus” and “At-Home” students. “At-Home” students will receive additional communications with specific directions once their status has been approved and prior to these events. The orientation sessions are mandatory and will address new health and safety protocols including a walk through the New Blended Learning schedule. These sessions will provide students an opportunity to find their classrooms on our “new campus” with access to the new 300A building and new walkways. We are very excited and blessed to have an almost completely brand-new educational facility where our students can learn and grow.

In the meantime, please plan accordingly based on the following dates:

  1. Athletics – Statewide fall sports start date has been suspended until further notice. All summer workouts/conditioning activities may continue. These activities remain completely voluntary as no official practices or tryouts may be conducted. The sports impacted are cross country, cheerleading, football, golf, swimming and volleyball. Tryouts for volleyball will be rescheduled no earlier than August 24. If you have any questions, contact John Gerdes at jgerdes@ccchs.org
  2. Freshmen Orientation – Friday, August 21 from 8:00 to 11:00 AM. Check-in starts at 7:45 AM
  3. Sophomores Orientation – Friday, August 21 from 12:00 to 3:00 PM. Check-in starts at 11:45 AM
  4. Juniors Orientation – Thursday, August 20 from 8:00 to 11:00 AM. Check-in starts at 7:45 AM
  5. Seniors Orientation – Thursday, August 20 from 12:00 to 3:00 PM. Check in starts at 11:45 AM
  6. Transfer Students Orientation – Transfer students will be joining their grade level orientations and will have a follow-up session with School Leadership members on Tuesday, August 25 during period H.
  7. “At-Home” Student Orientation and directions – TBA
  8. Parent Meetings for all grades – TBA
  9. Parking Sales – Online requesting- further directions will be communicated soon.

Lastly, a reminder to our freshman and transfer students, their iPad pick-up dates are still on Monday, August 3 and Tuesday, August 4. If you have questions, please contact Mr. Muñoz, our Director of Educational Technology, at amunoz@ccchs.org. He has sent directions already to activate the students’ ccchs.org email accounts and the process to pick-up their iPad.

You can find all communications related to COVID-19 on a dedicated space on CCCHS website.  Please continue to respond with questions and feedback by emailing us at ccc-communications@ccchs.org and we will respond to you individually or as a group in our next communication based on the content.

We appreciate your support and patience during these challenging days and invite you to live our motto for the year each day: “With courage and hope, we will make it together!”

In God’s provident care,

Dr. John A. Venturella, President

Mr. James W. Deputy, Principal

Mr. Enrique Garza, Assistant Principal

Friday, July 17, 2020  

Dear CCC community, 

On July 16th, we introduced our Blended Learning model for the 2020-2021 school year. (Communication 2)  In addition, we sent and requested the completion of a DOSP waiver and initial intent to return form.  This communication piece was sent in the mail as well as delivered electronically to all families.  The two forms requested for submission are asked to be completed by July 27, 2020.  As previously mentioned in our communication piece, we are working with a “living document” that is subject to continuous change.  Under our general guidelines, it stated that our educational program may experience a temporary move in consultation and direction with the Office of Catholic Schools of the Diocese of St. Petersburg and public health authorities. 

Today, we have been notified by the attached letter from our Bishop, Most Reverend Gregory Parkes, that all parish and Diocesan K-12 Catholic schools in the Diocese of St. Petersburg are postponing the first full day of school from August 10th to August 24th.  As mentioned in the Bishop’s letter, we will be adjusting the change in our academic year as well as making the necessary adjustments in our general school calendar. The change in opening date is aligned to our goal of providing On Campus (face to face) learning.  We will be working diligently to provide the changes in the general school calendar as well as comprehensive “Re-Opening Plan” in the coming weeks. 

You can find all communications related to COVID-19 on a dedicated space on our CCCHS website.  Please continue to respond with questions and feedback by emailing us at ccc-communications@ccchs.org and we will respond to you individually or as a group in our next communication based on the content. We appreciate your continued support and patience during this necessary time and join the Bishop in urging us all to remain strong in the faith and stay close to Christ in prayer. 

In God’s provident care, 

Dr. John A. Venturella, President
Mr. James W. Deputy, Principal
Mr. Enrique Garza, Assistant Principal 

In peace,

James W. Deputy
Principal

CCCHS Return to Campus Plan – Communication 2 – Introduction to BLENDED LEARNING and request to complete DOSP WAIVER and INITIAL INTENT TO RETURN FORM.

Dear CCC community,

Since our last communication in which we introduced our CCC COVID-19 Response Task Force (CCC C-19 RTF) and its committees, we have prioritized the required actions in preparation for our safe return to campus on August 10. The committees are working diligently on a comprehensive “Re-Opening Plan” that will be shared with you in the coming weeks. This plan is in the process of being reviewed and approved by the Office of Catholic Schools and Centers. As previously stated, this is a “living document” continuously subject to change.

CCCHS Return to Campus Plan

CCC: Continuing to Lead the Way

With an iPad for each student and a faculty dedicated to exemplary instruction and student well-being, CCC has led the way in providing engaging and rigorous academics and individual support services.

We encourage you to make an appointment before visiting campus.
Protocols for Visitors to Campus.

July 3, 2020   A Moment with the President—Dr. V

“With courage and hope, we will make it together!”

The most important thing on my mind these days is opening our school in August! It has been an incredibly challenging three weeks for the school administration, here at CCCHS. We almost literally have been working day and night to create timelines, administrative structures, committees, and so much more, necessary to conceptualize and operationalize the opening of the new school year.

Four weeks ago, we established a sixteen member Covid-19 Response Task Force which I wrote about in my last communication. This past week, Mr. Garza, Mr. Deputy and I mapped out an entire process of response to Covid-19 which includes future meetings of the task force, committee members, mailing dates, all meeting dates, equipment purchasing, faculty meetings, and a new master schedule implementation plan.

We are using an excellent document from the National Catholic Education Association called Leading in Hope to guide our efforts. It has five domains: (1) Logistics and Planning, (2) Creating and Maintaining Community, (3) Curriculum and Instruction, (4) Promoting Catholic Identity in Remote Spaces, and (5) Technology Support. In addition, we are consistently listening to the recommendations of the CDC, the Diocese of St. Petersburg, the County of Pinellas and the State of Florida. It’s challenging, for sure!

At the same time, it continues to be a time of incredible growth for us as individuals and as a school community. Imagination, perseverance, problem solving, and teamwork are at an all-time high! Our listening skills are daily being challenged and perfected. Gratitude abounds more than ever; we see and deeply appreciate the resources we have at CCC. We have brand new facilities; many schools do not. We have advanced technology; many schools do not. We have teachers who are spending the summer preparing classes and perfecting technology skills; many schools do not. We have faith in God’ s provident care; many schools do not. Amidst this awful pandemic, we are richly blessed.

I feel so grateful to be working with the CCC Advisory Council on our Covid-19 response. Steve Piazza (class of 1982 alumnus and father of Sophia ’24, Sienna ’20 and Andrew ’18), John Rich (father of Max ’22 and Emily ‘20), Corey Wells (chairman of our Advisory Council and father of Stefan ‘14) and Peter Cunzolo (vice-chair of our Advisory Council and father of Alexa ‘17) have been very helpful in facilitating our response to Covid-19 and bringing valuable outside information to CCC. I am truly indebted to the faculty and board members who agreed to be on various committees. I am especially indebted to Mr. Deputy, Mr. Garza, Mrs. Knoop and Ms. Spatola for their many hours of hard work in preparing for our opening in August.

This year, our theme will be “With courage and hope, we will make it together!”  We are convinced that we will not only survive but thrive if we live with courage and hope. This is our challenge as we co-exist with Covid-19 for the foreseeable future.  In choosing this theme, we hope to remind ourselves and the CCC community that we are far stronger together than we could ever be alone! God bless you, keep you safe, and give you peace in these challenging times.

In God’s provident care,
John A. Venturella, Ed.D.
President

June 25, 2020

Dear CCC community,

Our last communication covered the safety guidelines for summer activities on campus. We are now sharing initial reference points for our plans to return to campus in August. Read letter from administrators regarding the Return to School Plan.

Please read and consider all the information referenced below and in the links regarding a safe return to summer activities on campus.

May 27, 2020   A Moment with the President—Dr. V

Graduation was a great success! We ended up on several TV news broadcasts and in the Tampa Bay Times. I received many calls and e-mails from alums, community leaders, elementary school principals and others indicating how impressed they were with our commencement parade and reception of diplomas. It was so nice to hear good news amidst the global trials of these last few months.

Looking back, this class faced formidable challenges due to Covid-19. They missed their prom, Grad Night and other senior year activities. They did however, experience virtual events that were also memorable like the Senior Breakfast, Senior Awards and the Senior Tribute Mass. Listening to the seniors, they were grateful for our attempts to keep things “as normal as possible.”

I think many people came to the graduation with minimal expectations and some sense of loss. I arrived with some anxiety. One person wrote: “Even as I was decorating the car, I was forcing myself to try to feel in the graduation mood – but it just wasn’t the same. I am so grateful that you had more vision for this graduation than I did. When we pulled into line to enter the “parade” I was stunned. The sights, the sounds, the excitement. I cannot even begin to describe how it made me feel.  Looking at all the decorated cars, listening to the honking, the cowbells, the air horns, the laughter, the greetings, the friendships – it was simply an amazing way to safely bring these students, families, faculty, and staff back together for one last farewell.  This was quite possibly one of the best graduations ever.”

This quote captures and validates my experience of Graduation 2020! I am so grateful to the person who took time to write it. I extend special thanks to Mr. Deputy who masterminded the whole event, and his commencement team for making it happen. It really was spectacular! Everyone really enjoyed it. Congratulations to the Class of 2020! You will be sorely missed.

In my next Moment with the President, we will visit two departments for student personal growth at CCC—School Counseling and Campus Ministry. Let’s see what’s going on now and what their plans are for the summer and the new school year.

Stay tuned.

In God’s provident care,
John A. Venturella, Ed.D.
President

May 21, 2020   A Moment with the President—Dr. V

Covid-19 has certainly challenged us and the landscape of education in general. As it spreads around the world and education becomes far less predictable, our administrators and teachers continue to sharply focus on the immediate task at hand—teaching and supporting students as we end the year. For now, that is being done remotely.

You can only imagine how difficult full-blown virtual learning was to initiate so quickly. Luckily for CCC, we had Canvas, our online learning platform, and were trained to use it. That was not the case for most public and many private high schools. Looking over the surveys that we received from parents and students, it was made abundantly clear that teachers were teaching, and students were learning. I have personally made calls to families and been pleasantly surprised- their students are doing well. In my mind, I compare the whole experience to being told, “the plane just took off unexpectedly (not reporting to school); you got stuck on it (all of us); now keep flying it (school leadership); the plane is packed (the entire CCC community) and good luck!.” Given everything, I think our CCC community has done quite well! We are flying but we are not there yet.

I would be the first to say that virtual learning isn’t perfect, yet it effectively carried us through the initial crisis and has much potential for the future if properly employed. As we move ahead into the summer, and given the uncertainty surrounding Covid-19, I want to assure you that we will be evaluating and adjusting next year’s student-teacher master schedule and co-curricular programs  to better meet the possible challenges we may have to face in the fall and beyond. As always, we will make these decisions considering what is best for the students first and foremost.

As an administration and faculty, we are now invited to be more systematic, thoughtful and creative than ever before and to think differently and “way out of the box.”  I assure you that we have already begun this process and will accelerate it once the seniors have graduated and the underclassmen have signed off for the summer.

I know this has been a challenging time for all of us. Let’s stay positive, try to actively listen to one another, and treat one another with mutual respect and care. There is nothing wrong with “respectful candor.” I encourage it and always have. I do not encourage or look kindly on disrespect even when we are very frustrated. Whether in e-mails, phone conversations, or texts, our words should be clear, honest, and most especially respectful.

Lastly, I want you to know how much we miss our students. They are the heart and soul of the school and we care deeply about their education and their social and emotional well-being. We miss their company. For us, this is not just a job; it is our calling. Our students are known and loved here at CCC. That is what I have always loved most about this wonderful Catholic school.

Let’s keep praying for one another and for those most in need. God bless you.

In God’s provident care,
John A. Venturella, Ed.D.
President

May 6, 2020   A Moment with the President—Dr. V

This has been a challenging transition time for our school, and I am proud to say we have met that challenge with courage, ingenuity and expertise! Who would have ever imagined that we would be physically away from CCC for eight weeks now and that we would not return this year?  

On the other hand, who could imagine the creativity and vision we had within us to create a temporary and relatively effective “school without walls” during these highly unprecedented times? Who would have thought we would be creative enough to have an exciting Freshmania, a memorable Senior Picnic, or a beautiful Memorial Mass for Jackson Abernathy ‘23 all online? Who would have thought our students and faculty could get so far, so fast in navigating online learning?

How has CCC creatively met the challenges that have already come, and how will we face the challenges we anticipate over the next few months with audacity and hope? I’d like to give you a close-up “look behind the curtain” at what the School Leadership has been up to these past weeks and where we intend to go over the next few months.

An effective plan requires great people “on the ground” to execute it. In our case, I am thinking specifically of our counselors, chaplain, campus ministers, teachers and staff. They have been incredibly open, patient, committed, and practical. I am very proud of them. We all are!

In future “A Moment with the President-Dr. V.” letters, we’ll take a closer look at what CCC has done, is doing, and will do to ensure that our students are provided the best possible virtual opportunities, specifically in the area of learning and achievement, until they return to campus once again. I think you will find it quite interesting!

I hope you enjoy reading these “Moments” as much as I enjoy writing them. If you have suggestions for future topics of interest, please let me know via e-mail. For now, know that I miss seeing our students, faculty, alumni and all our CCC community. I am certain God, our Blessed Mother, and St, Julie are walking with us and will bring us comfort and ultimate success in all our endeavors and plans.

In God’s provident care,
John A. Venturella, Ed.D.
President

ATHLETICS

STATEWIDE FALL SPORTS START DATE PLACED ON PAUSE 

The FHSAA Board of Directors has paused the start of fall sports across the state until at least August 24. The Board will meet again no later than August 17 to determine how to proceed. All summer workout/conditioning activities may continue. These activities remain completely voluntary as no official practices or tryouts may be conducted.

The sports impacted are cross country, cheerleading, football, golf, swimming and volleyball.

Tryouts for volleyball will be rescheduled no earlier than August 24.

This is a good time to make sure student physical and consent forms are up to date and uploaded to athleticclearance.com. Additionally, a CCC COVID-19 release form must be signed and on file with the director of athletics. If you have any questions on these forms, contact John Gerdes, jgerdes@ccchs.org.

FALL COACH CONTACTS 

Cross Country – Ron Willms, cccrunning@gmail.com

Cheer – Hayley Oka, hayleyoka@gmail.com

Football – Chris Harvey, charvey@ccchs.org

Golf – Pat Shriver/Bill Shriver,  pat@covecaygolf.com

Swimming – Craig Coghlan, craigc@belleaircc.com

Volleyball – Stephen Shepherd, shepherds@pcsb.org

Safe Return to Athletics Letter from the Athletic Director.

The following are required before students may participate in athletics:

  • COVID-19 Release of Liability Form.
  • Please read the Policies & Procedures for Coaches, Athletic Staff & Student-athletes.
  • AthleticClearance.com – create an account (new students) or log in to your existing account (returning students) and upload the athletic physical form and digitally complete and sign the EL3 Consent Form which are mandated by state law. Returning students, insert your NEW student ID 10522..All forms are valid for one year from the date of the physical, so new ones will need to be uploaded each year.
  • NFHSLearn.com – create free account and take three online courses on Concussions for Students, Sudden Cardiac Arrest, and Heat Illness Prevention as required by the State of Florida.Completion certificates must be turned in to the CCC Athletic Department.

If you have any questions or need assistance regarding athletics, please email Athletic Director Mr. John Gerdes at: jgerdes@ccchs.org.