Two Covid-19 staff members tested positive yesterday.
After careful consideration the district will continue with remote learning next week (1/19-1/22). We will re-evaluate next week if we will go to in-person instruction on Monday, 1/25.
Currently the district has 6 staff members in quarantine and 3 others have tested positive. Although we feel that our safety protocols in school help prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus, the community positivity rate remains at a high level which in turn affects us in the school setting.
We have moved the Friday, 1/29 in service day planned for the elementary school to Friday, 1/22. This only affects the elementary school as the MS/HS had their in-service day in September. There will be no instruction this day (1/22) for elementary students.
The vaccination offers some hope that we will come to an end of this terrible situation that we all face. Please continue to be vigilant in the prevention of spreading the virus. Wear mask, wash/sanitize your hands, and keep socially distanced.
Thank you for your continued patience and understanding.
Breakfast and LUNCHES while we are in Remote Instruction:
Two breakfasts and two lunches may be picked up on Monday only from 11:30 to 12:30 at the elementary school or at the Limestone Community Center. These meals are free for everyone.
Information can be found on the following page: Lunch Ordering Information
Click onthe blue link Weekly Menu Selection that is near the bottom of the page.
1.03.21: Update! Breakfasts and lunches continue to be free in the district for ALL students until further notice.
There is a link on our district website to order meals. Please call your respective school if you have questions. Meal pick up for all students Pre-K to 12th grade will be available at the elementary school and the Limestone Community center.
Attendance: Reminder that a parent/guardian must call the main office to notify the school that a student who should be phycially present in school will be home remote learning for the day. If we do not receive the call, a student is marked absent for period one, and a phone call goes home. It is important that both you and the school know when a student is physically absent.
This does NOT apply to any times when we may switch to remote learning, for example for grades 9-12 on December 3, 4, 7, and 8. You do NOT need to call the school.
Questions? Please call us!