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Learning Continues through Virtual C&C During Coronavirus Pandemic
Update: 8/18/20

City and Country School is planning to reopen school on September 8 using a mix of in-person, hybrid, and remote learning. Click here to visit the C&C Reopening Plan web page.


Though our physical buildings are empty as we practice social distancing, C&C is committed to providing an engaging remote learning experience for our students through Virtual C&C. Students and teachers are continuing their work using the Google platform to assign and complete tasks, share work with other students in the Group, meet face-to-face with one another to collaborate and stay connected, and continue building community.
C&C has created two web pages dedicated to providing Coronavirus-related information to the community: 

  • The COVID-19 Information Hub details C&C’s response to the crisis, provides health guidelines, and maintains a list of C&C Coronavirus-related communication. 
  • The Community Resources page includes links to organizations that provide information and resources related to public health, free meals and food services, speaking with children about COVID-19 and the news, financial help from government agencies for individuals and small businesses, and activities to do with children. This page is updated regularly with new information and resources.

C&C has created the Community Bridge Fund to support current families, faculty, and staff impacted by COVID-19. The majority of this fund will be used to support unexpected financial aid needed in the remaining months of this year and next year in order to keep our community whole. Limited funds will also be available to address critical financial hardship. Click here to learn more and to donate.

You can always keep up to date with what’s happening and get a glimpse of Virtual C&C through our Facebook and Instagram pages.