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CHS Required Annual Forms are Online!

The required annual forms are now available to fill out online through Family Access. Please take some time and log into family access and click on CHS Required Annual Forms 2020-2021.

Last month we mailed out a demographic sheet and a housing questionnaire to be mailed back. If you mailed them back, thank you, your information has been updated in the exception of two forms you will need to log into family access and update (Student Health Registration and Permission Slip).

If you do not know your Family Access login or have any questions regarding these forms, please call the CHS office at (509) 559-4000.
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STRESSED? TRY YOGA!

A big thank you to Down Dog yoga who is currently offering this free subscription to Educators, Students, and First Responders through July 1, 2021. To sign up, you just need an email address affiliated with a school district. It offers a lot of variety and differentiation in yoga practice from beginner to advanced. Visit https://www.downdogapp.com/web and signup free today!
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Hotline Resource for Families (509) 559-4375

A district helpline has been created to support families as we begin the school year in a distance learning model. The helpline will be live starting Wednesday, September 9 and will be available on school days from 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. This resource will be staffed with district staff members who will be available to answer questions related to technology and learning needs. The helpline contains a variety of menu options that will help us provide the appropriate support and resources. Families can also leave a message outside of daily scheduled times and a return response will be provided within 24 hours. Call 509-559-4375 for support.
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STUDENT MEAL PICKUP

Meals are available for all children ages 1 - 18. Students attending on-site instruction will be offered breakfast and lunch. Meals at distribution sites are for children/students not eating on a school campus. Families picking up food without children present at the drop off sites or school loops will be asked to provide their name and their child(ren)'s name(s). By providing this information, the parent is agreeing to understand the regulations of the federally funded child nutrition program.
USDA has announced the extension of the free meals waiver for children ages 1 - 18 through the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year.
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