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School Pictures went very well. A Big Thank You to Donna Thiemann for volunteering to assist in getting the students connected with the photographer. Retakes are scheduled for November 30.
The deadline for completing registration for take home technology for grades K-5 is Nov. 1.
Food Service has requested that parents notify classroom teachers by November 1 if they would like to have breakfast sent home during the week. Please notify your classroom teacher via email that you Do want breakfast sent home. If you do not want breakfast sent home, you do not need to do anything.
Parent Teacher Conferences will be held in November. The conferences will be VIRTUAL. You will receive a link for the classroom teacher’s Sign Up Genius.
A correction...in order to complete the Halloween Parade in a timely manner and clear out traffic for busses to enter our parking lot, the parade will begin at 11:15 a.m. on Friday October 29. This is a half day of instruction. At 6:30 in the evening we will congratulate Mr. Danny on his retirement. The Trunk or Treat event will follow.
Please be considerate of our neighbors during arrival and dismissal. Please do not block driveways.
And now for District News:
For elementary families only: The United States Department of Agriculture has granted free breakfast and lunch for K-12 students until June, 2022. P-CCS began the year with the option for families to opt out of getting the daily breakfast bag to take home. We have heard from parents that they would prefer to opt in for this option. Sometimes bags are not taken or not wanted. The use of the new process will assist with planning and food waste.
Effective Nov 1, 2021 elementary families will need to opt in to the free take home breakfast bag program. Each elementary school will be posting an opt-in form on their buildings website for families to complete. It is not mandatory to register for the breakfast program, you only need to opt in if you would like your student to receive the daily free breakfast meal bag. The opt in is a one time sign up. If you don't register and you would like to participate or opt out at a later time, you will just need to contact your school's cafeteria manager via their school email.
Until November 1st the breakfast bag program will run as it has. On Nov. 1 if you have not opted in to the program, your student will not receive a breakfast bag to take home. Any questions regarding the nutrition programs please contact email@example.com.
Bus driver shortage continues - Durham School Services is short approximately 16 school bus drivers, including 10 general education routes and no substitutes to cover for illness or vacancies. The 10 general education routes are currently temporarily suspended until bus drivers can be hired, vetted and complete the mandatory training process. Your patience is appreciated and as soon as new bus drivers receive their full credentials, we will continue to revise the routing. CLICK HERE for the official posting on the district website. All current student transportation information is updated in MiStar.
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