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Distribution of Materials

Distribution of materials will be the first Friday of every month from 8am-3pm. November 6th. This is for textbook/supplies that your teacher would have instructed you to pickup. You can also pickup your 2020 yearbook from last year if you haven't done that yet.
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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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When to Keep Your Child Home from School

In order to keep everyone safe at school, please keep your child home if they experience any of the following symptoms: *Harsh, frequent cough *Fever of 100 degrees or above *Sore throat accompanied by fever *Diarrhea and/or vomiting *Rash that appears to be spreading *Children should stay home, away from others, until 72 hours after fever is gone and symptoms get better. When calling to excuse a student absence due to illness, please let school staff know what symptoms your child is experiencing. This will assist the district in monitoring the types of illnesses that are occurring within our schools and community. Thank you for your support!
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