On February 25th we will have an early out for students at 1:00 PM and NO After School program that day.
Student Council would like to announce:
Due to COVID 19 restrictions we need to adjust our regular schedule to accommodate our rule of only 25% capacity in our gym. These capacity restrictions make it so we cannot accommodate enough students to have Spring Ball.
The council has voted to have a fun day one of the last Thursdays in May. The date will be chosen once all sport schedules are finalized. We have worked out a schedule to have several events, like laser tag and other activities we can do in small groups throughout the day. This will also help us manage sanitizing guidelines.
Dear Parents and Guardians,
During the pandemic, schools throughout the country were provided funding to help in areas of need to allow educators to continue to provide instruction to students. Crook County School District identified a need to use the funds for additional Chromebooks so every student would have a device should the need arise to switch to remote learning. Due to the large demand for devices, the district just recently received their order. The district wanted to communicate this information directly to you as a parent or guardian before your child possibly comes home sharing they just got their very own device at school.
In the upcoming weeks, the technology department will begin deploying the Chromebooks to each building to allow each student to have their own device at school. For the remainder of this school year the devices will remain on campuses while teachers and students work with the logistics of the new environment with each student having a device available. It is our hope this will provide a smooth transition moving forward for enhancing student learning with these new devices.
It is also the district’s belief that our best opportunity for educating children is with educators in front of students in the classroom. Computers, iPads, and Chromebooks are all valuable tools and great resources, but they cannot replace a teacher. We will continue to educate much as we have in the past with access to additional devices for students to support their learning. If you have any questions, please contact your building principal.
Mark Broderson, Superintendent
Information on the Coronavirus, Influenza and various viral respiratory illnesses
Be sure your contact information is correct and current through the school office to ensure messages regarding activities, announcements, and emergencies get to you! MK8 utilizes SchoolMessenger to keep you in the know via text messages, e-mail, and phone calls. In order to receive text messages, you must “opt in” by texting the word “yes” or “y” to the phone number 67587 from your cell phone.
District does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, age, or disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities.