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Seventh graders participated in a secret Santa gift exchange in Mrs. Dickens math class. Every student made a small list of one drink item and two snack items. The students drew names and tried to...

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Parents: Please remember to bookmark our website and download the USD 503 Viking app on your phone to stay in the loop. THANKS!!! http://pms.usd503.org

Parsons District Schools

10 days ago

First Day of School Picture in August to celebrate the second “First Day of School” today! USD 503 staff will create great continuous learning plans for our students! Proud to be a Viking💙💛💙

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Parsons District Schools

1 day ago

Breakfast will be served Monday morning, and then at lunch you will be able to pick up lunch and breakfast for the next day. Meals will be served at each school building drive-thru style on regular school days.

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Parsons District Schools

3 days ago

The Governor’s ‘Stay at Home Plan’ has no effect on schools. On Monday, our staff will start building the USD503 Continuous Learning Plan. We will be sending you more information about the plan during the week.

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Parsons District Schools

3 days ago

Let's keep these kids safe! Responding to the #2020Census helps Kansas receive appropriate federal funding for roads and bridges. #EachKansanCounts

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Parsons District Schools

5 days ago

The amount our state receives for the Children's Health Insurance Program is based on census data. If children's health matters to you, be sure to respond to the #2020Census! #EachKansanCounts

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Parsons District Schools

7 days ago

Let's keep these kids safe! Responding to the #2020Census helps Kansas receive appropriate federal funding for roads and bridges. #EachKansanCounts

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Parsons District Schools

7 days ago

Dear Parents/Guardians of students served by Tri-County,

Tri-County is working alongside the school districts we serve to develop a continuous learning plan for the students with IEPs. A group of special education providers have been working diligently to come up with creative ways for students to receive opportunities to learn during the next two months. The first week after Spring Break, parents will be receiving a phone call from the special education provider(s) their child is served by. This will be the first of many contacts parents will receive from the provider.

If parents do not receive a phone call after the first week of Spring Break, it may be we do not have current parent contact information. In that case, parents are asked to email the provider with current contact information. Provider emails are on their local school district's website.

Parents will also be receiving a Prior Written Notice that describes how services will be delivered over the next two months. This will not be the same type of delivery model or number of minutes as indicated on the IEP - that is impossible with the current CDC Guidance on social distancing. When school returns to normal, the IEP team will reconvene to determine to what extent compensatory services may be needed.

While we are working through uncharted territory, Tri-County understands that parents are too. Many of our students, your children, have many needs which will impact day-to-day life for parents. Safety is our number one priority for students and staff, but please know that our staff already miss and are worried about their students. Stay safe during this time- we want to see each of our students' beautiful faces on the other side of this pandemic.

Emily McCambridge
Director
Tri-County Special Education Interlocal #607
emccambridge@tricounty607.com

Parsons District Schools

11 days ago
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