7:00 tonight is the PHS scholarship awards ceremony. Watch LIVE at this link! Go Vikes! https://youtu.be/W5SEbkfVGfY
Viking families, if you haven't already had the chance to complete this survey, please take a few seconds to complete this very short survey about technology devices and internet connectivity in your home. https://forms.gle/CGH7Y1Bk8k1ZmaHC7 Thanks!
Viking families, please take a few seconds to complete this very short survey about technology devices and internet connectivity in your home. https://forms.gle/CGH7Y1Bk8k1ZmaHC7 Thanks!
We are excited to announce that Kansas teachers, students and parents just got a new partner in their continuous learning efforts. Thanks to the support of Kansas Public Broadcasters, Kansas students will receive supplemental education content by way of a new television program produced by Kansas PBS stations and KSDE, and hosted by local teachers. The new program called Learning Across Kansas will begin airing the week of April 20. Each 30-minute segment, individually produced for elementary, middle school and high school students, will feature grade-specific educational content delivered by our very own Kansas teachers who serve on KSDE’s Continuous Learning Task Force. A complete listing of program times is available here: https://www.ksde.org/Agency/Fiscal-and-Administrative-Services/Communications-and-Recognition-Programs/Learning-Across-Kansas
For parents and other caregivers around the world, explaining the current coronavirus pandemic to children can be an overwhelming and complicated process. That’s why independent children’s publisher Nosy Crow released Coronavirus: A Book for Children, a free digital book that breaks down the global crisis in an age-appropriate and easy-to-understand way. https://nosycrowcoronavirus.s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/Coronavirus_ABookForChildren.pdf
Parents: Please remember to bookmark our website and download the USD 503 Viking app on your phone to stay in the loop. THANKS!!! https://usd503.org
Garfield is getting the packers ready for Garfield students to pick up in Monday.
Disaster Distress Hotline: call #800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746. Spanish TalkWithUs to 66746 pulse 2.
Dear Parents/Guardians of students served by Tri-County, Tri-County is working alongside the school districts we serve to develop a continuous learning plan for the students with IEPs. A group of special education providers have been working diligently to come up with creative ways for students to receive opportunities to learn during the next two months. The first week after Spring Break, parents will be receiving a phone call from the special education provider(s) their child is served by. This will be the first of many contacts parents will receive from the provider. If parents do not receive a phone call after the first week of Spring Break, it may be we do not have current parent contact information. In that case, parents are asked to email the provider with current contact information. Provider emails are on their local school district's website. Parents will also be receiving a Prior Written Notice that describes how services will be delivered over the next two months. This will not be the same type of delivery model or number of minutes as indicated on the IEP - that is impossible with the current CDC Guidance on social distancing. When school returns to normal, the IEP team will reconvene to determine to what extent compensatory services may be needed. While we are working through uncharted territory, Tri-County understands that parents are too. Many of our students, your children, have many needs which will impact day-to-day life for parents. Safety is our number one priority for students and staff, but please know that our staff already miss and are worried about their students. Stay safe during this time- we want to see each of our students' beautiful faces on the other side of this pandemic. Emily McCambridge Director Tri-County Special Education Interlocal #607 email@example.com
EVENING SHIFT CUSTODIAN 2:30 - 11:00 p.m. 12 Month Contract, Benefits Available Applications available online or at the District Office located at 2900 Southern Ave Apply to Amanda Riley at firstname.lastname@example.org
Scholastic@Home would like to invite you and your PreK to 6th grade child to view these fun and exciting lessons. Every day includes four separate learning experiences, each built around a thrilling, meaningful story or video. Kids can do them on their own, or with their families. Just find your grade level and let the learning begin! https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html
UPDATED: Meals will be served by a Viking staff member in front of each school building from a 503 school van. Breakfast - 7:30 to 9:00 Monday ONLY Lunch - 11:30 to 1:00 Monday - Thursday Breakfast for the next day will be given to students with their lunch. Monday: Breakfast - Cereal with yogurt Lunch - Ham and Cheese Tuesday: Breakfast - Soft Cereal Bar Lunch - Popcorn chicken wrap Wednesday: Breakfast - Donuts Lunch - Turkey Club Sandwich Thursday: Breakfast - Mini Pancake/Waffle Lunch - Ham and Cheese wrap ——————————————————— You can also access meals at one of the USD506 locations if that is closer or easier. Those locations are: 10th and Stone Dwayne's Photo (west parking lot) Presbyterian Manor (south parking lot) USD506 will be providing lunch between 11:30 and 12:30 from March 16 - 20.
USD503 WILL have breakfast and lunch available for all students Monday - Thursday this week! Details will be released soon!
There will be NO school at the High School on Thursday. This will allow students and staff to attend the State Basketball game. If we win on Thursday, ALL schools will dismiss after lunch on Friday. Updates will be posted here if necessary. Thanks!
KSDE - Fact Sheet on Census 2020 https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/595580/Census_Fact_Sheet.pdf
Due to the forecast and timing of inclement weather, Parsons USD 503 schools will be closed on Wednesday, February 5th. Stay safe Vikings!
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN 12 Month Contract Requires knowledge of equipment, buildings and grounds, preventative maintenance skills, physical exertion, HVAC, and exposure to the elements. Applications are available at the District Office located at 2900 Southern or online at www.usd503.org Please apply to Amanda Riley at email@example.com Deadline to apply is February 14, 2020
After consulting with law enforcement, all buildings will remain under exterior lockdown until normal dismissal time. At that time school will be dismissed as usual. The busses will run their regular routes but may be a little late. Thank you for your support of Parsons Schools.
Due to a situation in the community as a precaution, all USD503 schools are in exterior lockdown. Students will remain inside the buildings and school will continue as normal. During an exterior lockdown, no one is allowed to leave or enter the buildings, we appreciate your understanding and support. Student safety is our #1 priority. We will keep you updated.
Due to unsafe road conditions in Parsons, USD 503 will not have school tomorrow, Dec. 17. Stay safe & we’ll see you on Wednesday!
The Middle School donated “I’ll Be Gnome for Christmas” tree for Stella Wells Auction which sold for $1,000. You can see the tree at Labette Bank at 2121 Main.
PARSONS DISTRICT SCHOOLS EVENING SHIFT CUSTODIAN (2:30-11) 12- MONTH CONTRACT, BENEFITS AVAILABLE Applications are available at the District Office located at 2900 Southern Application deadline is November 15
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