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School Supplies Provided for Students (2020-2021) Letter

CARES funding has been awarded to the district, opening the door for each student to receive school supplies for the upcoming year.

FREE Online Learning Resources freelearningathomeresources

There are many learning opportunities to be had on the internet while at home! While we feel that nothing can replace one-on-one classroom instruction, there are various opportunities to learn in non-traditional ways. Here is a small list of the MANY free learning resources that can be accessed online! As always, always get parent permission before accessing the internet. Parent supervision is recommended.

District Reopening Plan

Click here to preview the board approved reopening plans.

Remember to check our COVID specific page for any additional updates.

Superintendent Letter to Parents

Letter from Superintendent

Student Registration Event

Submitted by Office of Student Dean

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Online Registration Online Registration Logo

Submitted by Office of Dean of Students

Home Internet Assistance for low-income families

Submitted by Office of Director of Technology

Home internet assistance programs can help in the critical need to obtaining internet access for remote learning or work during such a pandemic.

Difference in Student Learning Types for Parents

Submitted by Office of Academic Dean

Click HERE for a Flyer explaining the difference between Student Learning Types.

P-EBT food benefit program

Submitted by Office of Food Services

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The Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program is a financial resource for families with students who lost access to free or reduced-price school meals due to COVID-19. P-EBT provides households with an EBT card with funds to spend on food at home for students.

All students are eligible who had access to free or reduced-price lunch at a public school that participates in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), including all students at Community Eligible Provision schools.

Click HERE to download the PDF Flyer with full details