Construction was recently completed on a variety of interior and exterior improvements to the new CCUSD iAcademy. This exciting new school is built on the premise that “one size doesn’t fit all.” We know that not all students thrive or reach their full potential in a traditional comprehensive school. The CCUSD iAcademy offers a different structure, learning philosophy, and academic emphasis to accommodate different student needs, interests, and learning styles while honoring the unique needs of our community.
The goal of the CCUSD iAcademy is to serve students in grades K-12, offering both a full-time program and supplemental instruction.
The project (pictured above) is just one example of the scores of projects that are part of CCUSD’s on-going efforts to address critical facilities needs, especially those involving safety and security.
During the summer and thus far in the 2013-2014 school year, CCUSD has undertaken more than $730,000 in improvements throughout the District.
“We continue to identify and undertake facilities improvements at all of our school sites,” said Superintendent Dave LaRose. “We recognize there is much more to be done, but we are starting to make a dent in upgrading our facilities for the students and staff that use them every day.”