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New students:

The following documents are needed to complete the registration process: 1-Child’s immunization record. 2-Official state issued birth certificate. 3-Guardian’s driver’s license or ID. Please call the school at 307-885-2380 to make an appointment.

Kindergarten Registration Night for the 2022-23 school year.

THURSDAY, MAY 5 FROM 5:00-7:00 PM
More information will be forth coming

—-CHANGES IN KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION—-

With an amendment to State Statute 21-4-102, effective August 1, 2021, a student may register in kindergarten in the year in which the student’s fifth birthday falls on or before August 1. Previously, the students birthday had to be on or before September 15.

Upon an approved request to the Board of Trustees, a student may register in kindergarten in the year in which his fifth birthday falls on or before September 15 if, based upon the kindergarten readiness assessment, the District determines that the student is mature enough (developmentally ready, both academically and socially) to attend kindergarten. Parents will need to submit an Application for Early Entrance to Kindergarten prior to May 1 of the year that precedes kindergarten enrollment.

If parents have questions regarding this change, please contact Dr. Lori Schieffer (principal) by email or 307-885-2380.

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Lincoln County School District #2 Foodservice Supply-Chain Disruptions

Lincoln County School District is offering all students both breakfast and lunch meals free of charge this school year. This is made possible through a number of USDA waivers and program flexibilities. Our foodservice program is supporting student health and academic success by ensuring access to nutritious meals every day. Unfortunately, providing these meals has become significantly more difficult this year. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we are seeing nationwide disruptions to school foodservice manufacturing, supply and distribution channels. What does this mean for school meals? In short, it means that our schools are having trouble getting certain foods and supplies. This results in frequent menu changes, reduced menu variety, and changes in meal service options. These problems are related to supply-chain backlogs, which plague the entire system. The most common problems are discontinued menu items, shortages, longer-than-normal lead times, significantly higher costs compared with pre-pandemic bids, delayed deliveries, and/ or deliveries that contain a tiny fraction of what was ordered. The foodservice industry is predicting that supply-chain disruptions will continue well into 2022. We hope parents and students will be patient as we sort through these supply-chain issues.
COVID-RELATED ISOLATION/QUARANTINE INFORMATION:
 
For all elementary students in K-3 grade, if there is a Covid-related isolation/quarantine, the teacher will confer with the parent to make arrangements for work-at-home for up to 10 days per occurrence.  Please allow 24-48 hour notice to allow teachers to prepare materials.  At a minimum,  teachers will provide packets for K-3 students. Decisions regarding Zoom meeting or Google Classroom link will be made on a case-by-case basis. Please contact your student’s school to initiate a remote learning request. 

 

For all elementary students 4-6 grade, if there is a Covid-related isolation/quarantine, the teacher will provide synchronous remote learning for up to 10 days per occurrence. Please allow 24-48 hour notice to allow teachers to prepare materials. Please contact your student’s school to initiate a remote learning request. 

 

Secondary students in grades 7-12 will have access to remote learning for Covid-related 
isolation/quarantine. Please allow 24-48 hour notice to allow teachers to prepare materials. Remote learning will generally be provided through Canvas and/or Zoom. Remote students must be approved by the administration for up to 10 days per occurrence. Please contact your student’s school to initiate a remote learning request.