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Please read the press release from our Superintendent Dr. Jensen regarding news of positive cases today. HCSD continue to have strong cleaning protocols in place and the safety of our students and staff remain our top priority. Please remember to practice social distancing, wear masks, and stay home if you or a family member are ill.
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For students taking food home - here are some important tips for keep your food safe, especially on the weekends.
Update: We are now able to offer free breakfast and/or lunch for all students and children ages 0-18 through December 31st. Please call Nutrition Services at 623-8109 if you have questions about ordering or pick up times and locations.
Meal Service 2020
In the attached video, Dr. Jensen discusses the process in developing the reopening plans as well as the the decisions made at the July 28th board meeting and concludes with next steps. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1y5CUHIxacYeKcg2d2U_m6ffq4J7k0l-h/view?usp=sharing Additional updates will be provided as we prepare for the upcoming school year. Thank you for your ongoing support.
Parents of Kindergarten - 6th grade students. We would appreciate you completing this survey for us regarding the upcoming school year. We apologize for a previous survey sent out before it was ready. https://forms.gle/XcwLE1NiwAmUqA2F6
The census is safe, easy and important. It takes less than 10 minutes to fill out (online: census.nv.gov; by phone: Eng: 844.330.2020/ Spanish: (844) 468.2020; or by mail) and ensures our community and state receive our fair share of federal funding ($20,000 per Nevadan)! The Census form WILL NOT ask for info such as a resident’s social security number, citizenship status, credit card or bank information, donations, political party affiliation or anything regarding the 2020 election. https://www.nevadabusiness.com/2020/07/nevada-census-2020-provides-latest-update-on-scams-targeting-the-census-count/
The census is important, safe, and easy. It takes less than 10 minutes to fill out (online: census.nv.gov; by phone: Eng: 844.330.2020/ Spanish: (844) 468.2020; or by mail) and ensures our community and state receive our fair share of federal funding! Every Nevadan who is counted earns our state $20,000 federal funding over the next ten years. This helps our state receive funding for health care services, education, roads, etc. Let’s keep federal funds in Nevada!
HCSD’s update on the current status of the 20-21 Re-Opening Committee work. You can use the link below to read the letter or read it through the attached pictures. It has also been sent out via Peachjar if you have an active email address with an HCSD school. We will continue to provide updates as new information is released. The plan will be presented to the HCSD Board of Trustees on July 28th. https://drive.google.com/…/1ULN9vgZec6lmuRf5BsFSunhQ3…/view… HCSD would like to thank the 25 or so members that comprise the committee with representation from staff, community, and parents who are working hard to develop a plan based on the governor's directives and state guidance. This update will also be placed on our district and school websites. #hcsdnv Please share.
HCSD Releases Parent/Guardian Survey Regarding Distance Learning and School Reopening - As we begin planning for the fall of 2020, HCSD and the reopening committee are seeking parent and guardian input regarding the mandatory closure during 4th quarter of last school year, and thoughts about reopening this fall. The link is as follows: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HCSD-REOPENING Your responses are confidential and will help our planning for this fall. The survey should take approximately 5 minutes to complete. Please share with parents/guardians of our students. Thanks to each of you!
During this last week of school, please check your child's backpacks, rooms, or their favorite reading spots to find some of our missing library books and get them returned to their school. We appreciate your help in keeping our libraries stocked with such great books!
FCAA Food distribution information
If you haven't filled out your #2020Census, do it now! 😃 If you have, remind your friends and neighbors to do the same! Half of NV still hasn't completed it, and our state deserves our fair share of federal funding. @NVCensus2020 census.nv.gov
While we have so many unknowns regarding our state's economy and budget, there is one thing you can do to help us get federal funding. It takes 5 minutes to get $20,000 per person over the next 10 years. Have a family of 5? That's $100,000 to our state! Half of Nevada has completed the census. Half! Let's get everyone to do it and get federal money we need for our economy. Online (census.nv.gov) | Phone (844) 330.2020) @NVCensus2020 #BeCountedAtHomeNV
Governor Sisolak Announces School Closure and Continuation of Distance Learning - This evening, Governor Sisolak announced during his press conference that schools will remain closed and operate under Distance Learning for the remainder of the current school year. Given this new directive, district and school site administration will begin outlining next steps regarding the continuation of Distance Learning, the provision of meals, impacts on graduation ceremonies and planning associated with such, and transitioning into summer cleaning and construction projects. I would like to express my personal appreciation for each of out staff members as the work to support distance learning. Please be reminded that though school sites will remain closed the rest of the scheduled school year, we will continue to be open and fully engaged in instruction, teaching and learning. Fortunately, our Distance Learning will meet required "instructional days" and we will not be required to make up the days under school closure. As a district, we are exploring options for summer instruction, within the parameters allowed under the pandemic to provide extended learning opportunities for those that would like such opportunities. Thank you to each of you in our community for your support and understanding during this difficult time. Stay safe! Sincerely, Dr. David Jensen Superintendent