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There's no denying that COVID-19 has reshaped our culture and community. We are making every effort to serve our community, while adhering to the guidelines provided by the CDC, state and local government leaders. We know we serve a faithful and powerful God who is sovereign and in control. In an effort to continue the work God has set before us, Classical Christian Academy has been working tirelessly to plan, prepare and protect our students.



This plan was approved by our Board of Directors and shared with parents on June 27, 2020.



June 27, 2020

Hello, CCA families!

Attached to this email is our Reopening Plan for the fall. You are invited to attend a Zoom Meeting on Friday, July 3rd, at 10:30 am to go over the plan. A reminder with the link will be sent out on Wednesday. You may submit questions for us to answer during the meeting ahead of time only. Questions should be submitted no later than 8 pm on Tuesday, June 30th. You can confidentially submit your questions by replying to this message or emailing me at by the deadline. We look forward to reviewing the plan with you. Together we can safely reopen our school in the fall!

Amy Davis

Parents Reopening Plan-Final.pdf


June 13, 2020

I wanted to give another update on our plans for Fall 2020. Thursday afternoon, right before we had another planned meeting, we received a document from the Florida Department of Education with some recommendations (finally!). We are in the final stages of the creation of our recommended plan and are using this new information to circle back to a few areas to ensure we have addressed everything. The Board will review and approve the plan at their meeting on June 26th. We will then make the plan available and schedule some live Zoom meeting times for parents & staff to ask questions. In the meanwhile, if you have a specific concern, question or comment, please let us know. We may not be able to give you a definitive answer, but we certainly want to hear from you! I know the biggest take away in all of this is going to be understanding the responsibility we all have in keeping our community safe –  CCA has a part and so do our families. I truly believe that if we all do our part, we can keep everyone safe and continue to experience a great partnership together.


May 30, 2020

Preparing for our return in the fall- COVID update

I know many of you are wondering about our plan for the fall. I am pleased to inform you that Classical Christian Academy intends to safely resume in-person teaching and learning with our regular start date of August 12, 2020.

What that will look like will largely depend on CDC and Florida Department of Education guidelines and the phase our state is in. However, we also know that we are a unique school and many of the recommended guidelines we already have naturally- like small class sizes!

Last week we began meeting to develop a comprehensive plan to keep our students, staff, and families safe and to plan for a variety of circumstances. Once complete and approved by the Board, we will provide the entire plan to our parents and staff and hold virtual meetings to answer any questions.

The health and safety of our CCA community is our top priority. Rest assured that we will create a plan for every scenario, follow necessary guidelines, and work diligently to provide a safe on-campus learning environment.

We look forward to having our CCA community together again soon!


April 18, 2020

Good evening CCA Parents and Staff,

Today the Governor finally confirmed that we will finish the year at home. The response to my email last night has been overwhelmingly positive and supportive of this direction. I know we have all had to make sacrifices, and it isn’t the way we wanted the year to end. However, we are so pleased by the efforts of everyone and, while it’s not what we wanted, it will still be good. It continues to be my prayer that we will all see this time with our children as a blessing and an opportunity to re-order our loves.

Later this week, we have a meeting where we will create a plan concerning May planned events, teacher classroom teardown, book returns, yearbooks, school supplies, and all of the necessary end-of-year items that still need to be wrapped up. We hope by then the Governor will have some idea of what the guidelines will be in the coming weeks.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out. I expect to send another update by Friday.


March 31, 2020

Good afternoon CCA Families and Staff,

Based on the recommendations from the Florida Department of Education, CCA will extend its on-campus closure until May 1, 2020. If I am being completely transparent, I don’t see much changing and anticipate that we will remain closed for the rest of the school year. I hope that I am wrong! However, we are prepared for this and, while not what we all wanted, we will get through this together and learning will continue for our students! I want to be clear about a few things: 1) We will not extend our school year. We will still follow our school calendar and have the last day be May 15th. 2) Students will receive grades. Unlike other schools, we have had a continuity of learning and feel very confident in our parents’ ability to teach on home days with the support of CCA. Therefore, there will be no change. 3) Teachers will continue to be paid per their contracts.

We will make a determination about school in May, senior commencement, 8th-grade graduation, kindergarten graduation, Maverick Games and Senior chapel by April 15th. I am working on a Q & A and would ask you to send me any questions or clarifications that you might have. If you have them, perhaps other parents or staff do too. Please email me by Friday.

If there is something your family needs or if you have a prayer request, please let us know. We are in this together! I am so impressed with the efforts of our amazing teachers and the flexibility and positive attitudes of our parents. What an encouragement~You are all doing an amazing job!

My prayer for all of us is to see this time as a blessing and not a burden. “The Lord is good to all, and his mercy is over all that he has made,” Psalms 145:9.


March 19, 2020

Based on the recommendations from the Florida Department of Education and the State of Florida, CCA will remain closed until April 15, 2020.

CCA Hybrid families will begin their at-home learning plan on March 23rd with the support of lesson plans, teachers manuals, online live classes, and virtual tutoring. Connections families will continue to homeschool as usual.

Our campus is closed, but we are still learning and here for you! Email us at or text us M-F, 9-5 at 941-229-0927.


March 18, 2020

Good afternoon CCA Families & Staff,

As you may have heard, the Governor has mandated that all public and private schools remain closed until at least April 15th. This is certainly not what we hoped for but understand the intent of keeping our community safe. We will move forward with our original plan of schooling at home starting on March 23rd. Teachers will also reach out with live meeting or teaching options that will be available for certain subjects and grades as we seek to partner well with parents during this time.

The good news is- you have been preparing for this since the moment you began CCA! Whether you have been at CCA 8 months or 16 years, our hybrid model has prepared you for schooling at home. You are a homeschooler, and you can do this! During this ever-changing time, you have an opportunity to be a beacon of hope and truth to your friends that are not already homeschooling or part of a hybrid school like CCA. You can encourage them. Pray for them. Offer to be a sounding board. Why? Because you have been there. You know what it’s like when you began homeschooling for the first time. You know that the Lord will equip parents to do the work of homeschooling. But you also know that there is more to education than math and science. This is our opportunity to speak truth to our children. To disciple them. To explore their gifts and talents. To grow closer together as a family as we draw closer to God. This is hard. Yes. But, let’s be a calm voice of encouragement and truth. I am reminded of our school verse that we chose last summer. Little did we know how much we would need this reminder: “You will keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on you, because he trusts in you,” Isaiah 26:3.

As I mentioned in my previous message, you will hear from teachers by March 22nd, and Christi and Tabitha will send a detailed email to families on Friday morning. Please be patient with our teachers and staff as they work through this transition. They are committed to helping you be successful on your home days. It doesn’t mean it will go perfectly. Please communicate with them and know that grace and patience go both ways. We know this will be a transition for you too. We are in a situation, unlike most of America- we have experience with this! We just need to keep the right perspective and goals in mind as we move forward.

All activities on or off-campus are canceled until April 15th. We are working with our accrediting body on removing the standardized testing requirement, and all graduation plans remain the same. This situation is fluid, so we will be sure to keep you updated as things change.

If you haven’t already, I encourage all of our parents and staff to join our private Facebook group: This is a safe place to share ideas and stay connected.

We continue to pray for the safety and health of our CCA family and our community. If you need anything or have a question, please let us know. We are here for you and are praying that these next few weeks will be a blessing to your family.


March 13, 2020

Good evening CCA Families,

As we continue to monitor and review information coming in from FLDOE, the CDC and Health Department, we have made the decision to close the CCA campus until March 30th and move to schooling at home starting March 23rd. Please continue to report any travel plans and whether you are traveling by car or plane. Our teachers are putting our plan into action now and we will provide the information you need to school at home no later than Sunday, March 22nd.

We received a directive from the FLDOE this morning that includes:

· Anyone (students/faculty/staff) who goes on foreign travel to any country must self-isolate for 14 days upon return.
· Anyone (students/faculty/staff) who goes on a cruise, anywhere, must self-isolate for 14 days upon return.
· If this applies to you or your family, notify us and we will provide additional information.

We are canceling the Busch Gardens Field Trip and the Upper School Dinner and Headpinz event. We will work on refunding families should that apply. Any activities or practices are canceled the week of March 23rd. We will work out lunch credits too. If you were scheduled to Parent Partner, you will receive an email from our Parent Partner Coordinator about rescheduling your day.

We are thankful that our model of education makes this type of learning an easier transition for our community, but understand there still may be some bumps and stress associated with this change. We will periodically check voicemail at the school remotely, but the best way to reach us is via email. Please let us know if you have a question. We are here to help.

We continue to trust in God’s sovereignty and pray everyone has a safe and healthy Spring Break!


March 12, 2020

Good afternoon CCA Parents,

As we have been doing continuously over the past few weeks, our leadership team is closely monitoring daily directions and information from the Florida Department of Education, the CDC and the Florida Department of Health. Our main concern is the health and safety of all of our students, staff, and parents. As of today, we have no plans to cancel school or move to schooling at home. However, we have developed a plan should we need to move to schooling at home for a period of time. Thankfully, we have experience doing this with all of the hurricane days we have had over the past 16 years. Our model easily transitions to this type of temporary learning-another wonderful aspect of our school! Some of the ways we would support a move to only at-home learning are: We would modify lesson plans, provide online learning experiences for certain classes, and provide virtual tutoring. We have already begun to consider all the ways we can best equip our parents to be prepared should you have to school at home too.

We will keep you updated should things change. In the meanwhile, we are asking all staff and parents to report any travel outside our area. Why? Because this is a rapidly changing situation and if you travel to an area or destination that is not a concern today, it may be a concern next week. We just don’t know at this point. It does not mean that we will necessarily ask anything different from you, but we need to be informed in order to make those decisions for the safety of our community. Please email me by tomorrow if you are traveling and where you are headed.

What do I need to do now? 1) Tell us your travel plans 2) continue with our common sense health precautions that I sent out earlier:

1) Discuss good hand washing with your children. Please encourage them to wash their hands or use hand sanitizer with every opportunity. This is a great time to remind younger students to keep their fingers out of their mouths, eyes, and nose.

2) Students with cold symptoms are contagious 1-2 days before symptoms and can be contagious for as long as there are symptoms.

3) Students with flu-like symptoms are contagious 1 day before and 5-7 days during symptoms. I know coronavirus is big news right now, but in our area (and school), the flu is happening. Both have similar symptoms and the same precautions.

4) Generally, students that have not vomited for 24 hours may return to school.

5) Generally, students that have not had a fever for 24 hours may return to school.

6) If you are concerned, please seek the advice of your medical professional. Remember, complications can arise for anyone. If symptoms are not improving or getting worse, please contact your pediatrician.

What about special events and field trips? Right now, we are just monitoring things. The camping trip should be fine next week. It’s outside and a small number of people. OM is waiting to hear what will happen to the State Competition. We will make a decision about Busch Gardens by Monday the 23rd.

We want to be prayerfully prepared and assure everyone that we believe that while we don’t have any idea what this might look like in a week, we trust the One who does. I pray we can avoid a spirit of fear, but instead have a spirit of preparedness, love, and concern for our community/neighbor and together we will make the best decisions we can with the information we have. With that in mind, the CDC has listed Florida as low-risk. The Florida Department of Education shared the following: “As of yesterday, there were 21 total cases of COVID-19 in Florida, and two deaths have occurred. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), of the over 80,000 individuals in China that contracted COVID-19, 3% were children, and almost 98% of those children had minor symptoms.”

If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know. We will see everyone at school tomorrow and pray all of our families and staff have a safe and healthy Spring Break!

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