Humboldt County School District, 2 days ago
SPRING BREAK MEAL SERVICE UPDATE - Meal pickups beginning March 23rd will be from 11:30am to 12:30pm. Parents must have a child with them in order to receive meals. If there is an issue with this or you are having someone else pick up meals for your family please call Laura Jensen at 623-8109 so that we can verify which students are receiving meals and at what site you will be using.
Drive up pick up sites include:
Albert Lowry High School- in the bus lane
Winnemucca Grammar school- in front of the school
Grass Valley Elementary- in the bus lane
Dutchman Acres - fire department
Maverick by the post office- dirt parking lot
Pioneer Park- by the restrooms
Paradise Ranchos- at the end of the road on 95
If you live in a rural area of Humboldt County including Denio, Paradise Valley, Kings River and Orovada and you have not been contacted about meal service, please call Laura at 623-8109 and we will get you set up with the closest school to your home.
Humboldt County School District, 3 days ago
All schools will be closed to the public starting tomorrow March 27th as we close out the first week of distance learning. Meal service will continue tomorrow and over spring break. School staff will continue to be accessible though email tomorrow then will begin a well deserved spring break until April 6th, at which time we will continue distance learning until cleared to reopen our schools. Thanks to each of you as we entered new educational opportunities this week! Please share and stay safe.
Humboldt County School District, 4 days ago
23.7% of Nevadans have completed their census and 19.2% of Humboldt County residents have!
Please SHARE this message and COMMENT below if you have completed your census.
Thank you to everyone who has completed their census and to the coalition of community leaders and organizations who have helped promote its importance. It's on all of us to work towards a complete and accurate count!
There is still work to be done. Over 80% of our community still needs to be counted. Nevada will earn about $20,000 in federal funding over the next ten years for every person counted in the census. This funding helps pay for education, affordable housing, healthcare and infrastructure in OUR city and county.
The census is an official population count of everyone living in the United States and its territories. It occurs every ten years and determines federal funding, political representation, and more!
Nevadans will be able to complete the census online (census.nv.gov), by phone (1-844-330-2020), or in the mail in about ten minutes.
The census is important, safe and easy.
💰 Nevada will earn about $20,000 in federal funding over the next ten years for every person counted in the census. This funding helps pay for education, affordable housing, healthcare and infrastructure in YOUR city and county.
🔒 The census is safe. Federal law prohibits the Census Bureau from using the information for anything but statistical purposes; responses cannot be shared with anyone including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), or landlords.
✅ The census is easy. It takes about ten minutes, is about ten questions, and makes an impact for ten years. The questions asked regard basic demographics including your name, how many people live with you, gender, and ethnicity. The census will not ask for your Social Security Number or Bank Information.
Those who complete their census by May will not be visited at home by a Federal Census worker.
Nevada Matters. Be Counted. Thank you!
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Humboldt County School District, 5 days ago
Parents: Please utilize our website for updates, information, and resources for teaching at home. As well as login information and troubleshooting suggestions. https://www.hcsdnv.com/o/hcsd/page/information-resources--4
Meal delivery services: Starting Monday 3/30 - meals will be available at designated locations from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.