Farrand Midweek Communication :: From Mrs. Washington
Wed, Sep 2 7:15pm

Farrand Midweek Communication

 

The first day of school is Tuesday, September 8, is a half day of school. Teachers have been working to prepare for teaching during the new school year. There will be more Zoom meetings this year. I am looking forward to joining the meetings. Again, we are looking forward to returning to face to face instruction when it is safe to do so.

 

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    • Receiving P-CCS eNotifications is more important now than ever before, particularly if your child is in the Virtual Academy.  Make sure you are getting the latest information from your child(ren)’s school and from the district. You also can choose to receive notifications about specific programs or to receive Friday Fliers.

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  1. Click on this link and follow the directions. Complete the fields with your e-mail address, first and last name.  Then simply select the schools, programs or special areas from which you wish to receive information.  That’s it!https://www.pccsk12.com/prospective-families/advanced-components/enotification

  2. If you received eNotifications in the past and wish to change your preferences, just click on this linkChange eNotification Preferences and follow the instructions.

  • Pre-Order Application for meal benefits

    • As the 2020-2021 school year approaches, the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools Food & Nutrition Services Department has released distribution and ordering information for the school breakfast and lunch program during the remote learning plan approved by the Board of Education.  Please get all the information on the district website by clicking on this link:  https://www.pccsk12.com/Home/Components/News/News/21812/19?backlist=%2f

The program is open to all district students, and will allow families to pre-order meals for pickup at distribution sites. The program will offer healthy and nutritious breakfast and lunch meals, and will comply with free and reduced meal programs.

Families experiencing economic hardship are encouraged to review the requirements for free and reduced meals. Families are also reminded that applications for the free and reduced meal program must be resubmitted yearly.