The track at Travis field will be closed this week to the public to allow for it to be resurfaced. Thank you for your understanding.
There will be a Special Board Meeting on March 24, 2020 at 7:00 pm. There will not be any in-person attendance by the public because of health department regulations. The meeting will be available at live.usd211.org on YouTube.
Your answers to this Online Learning Survey will assist USD # 211 in developing a Continuous Learning Plan for your student(s). Survey answers are needed by Monday, March 23rd at 8:00 am, to allow USD #211 to proceed with our planning. https://forms.gle/ejKDEzQ6nzm7hvcz9
FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK SPEED LIMIT: Just a friendly reminder of the speed limit on Eisenhower Drive is now 20 miles per hour. STATE ASSESSMENTS: The Kansas State Assessments will continue for students in grade 3, 4, 5, and 6. State assessments will continue until the end of April. It always helps performance if the students get plenty of rest and are encouraged to do their best on the tests. So far results on the early testing have been pretty Read more
FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK REPORT CARDS: Report cards will be going home on Wednesday, March 11th, 2020 SPRING BREAK: Spring Break will begin on March 16th and last the entire week. School will resume at the normal time on Monday, March 23rd, 2020. HEALTH CLASS: The 1-6 grade students will soon begin the health curriculum with units on Human Sexuality. The 1st graders will review the names of the basic body parts. They will also be able to identify male Read more
Date: February 26, 2020 Meeting commenced @ 6:30 in NJHS Conference room Attendance: Joan Bolt, Jeremy Hawks, Angie Alexander, Julie Schrum, Mary Byler, Jill Lively, Jay Alexander, & Leslie Pfannenstiel Mr. Hawks/Mrs. Byler updated the committee on the effectiveness of our current initiative Grab ‘N’ Go Breakfast at the HS/JH. Currently our breakfast numbers have significantly improved at the HS/JH. We are currently serving 60-70 students per day. There has not been any negative side-effects according to staff. Ms. Schrum Read more