Happy October 1st and there are snowflakes in the air. Normally I would be amazed that it was already October, but it has been a long month with the uncertainty of how school would work and rolling with the needed changes. That said, please keep the lines of communication open if you or your child are having issues. The district is committed to finding solutions for issues that we can.
I again want to thank families for following the guidance and screening students before they come to school. Please remind your child to continue to wear their mask, social distance, and wash their hands. These are key to keeping us in school as much as we are.
I am happy to announce that the district will be moving to a federal food program that will make meals free for the foreseeable future for all students. This program will begin on Tuesday, October 6th. Students that are not in the building will need to register for meals and which site that they want them picked up at. This program is open to any students that resides in the school district. Please reserve meals weekly at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdsS17_Vbki084FtR5LdzAumCWevOpU3dYPJ1bu4hlZYt7AOw/viewform.
We are working on having the ability to send home with the students prepared meals for school days students are not here. It would be a cold breakfast or lunch such as a sandwich, chips, and apple. These meals would be different than what is served daily and able to be picked up daily. They would be sent home with your child on the last day of the week that they are in session or you could request this type meal so that you didn’t have to pick meals up daily, but it will be a different meal. Watch for the updated order form.
Reminder that Monday, October 5th is a scheduled in-service day and students are not in session. This means that there is not childcare and students will not have work to do. No need to zoom or check in, it is a student day off. Take care, stay safe, and go Broncos!