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USD #343 Will Continue in "Yellow" Through January 29th

Data has been reviewed for the education level determination for the next two weeks of school at USD #343.  (January 19th - January 29th).   The current data will allow USD #343 schools to continue in the "Yellow" phase. - PreK-6th students will attend classes daily. - 7th-12th will use the hybrid model.  The blue team of students are required to attend in-class on Monday and Tuesday. This group will . . .

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USD #343 Board Members Leading for Success

January is School Board Recognition Month, a great opportunity to say thank you to the USD #343 Board of Education who are committed to the success of every student in our community.    Our Board of Education includes: Travis Daniels, service since July 1999 - 22 years Ryan Blosser, service since January 2018 - 3 years . . .

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USD #343 Approves Updated Gating Criteria

On December 14th, proposed changes to the District's gating criteria were approved during the Board of Education meeting. The criteria used to determine the phase of education used by the school district can be found here.  https://bit.ly/343gating2020      Key changes to the document include:  Adding a category that will consider the number of available substitute teachers. The . . .

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PLHS Powerhour

Powerhour at PLHS was conceived last year as an idea during our redesign process.  Students were asking for more freedom during their seminar time, teachers were looking for more uninterrupted intervention time with students that needed help.  So by incorporating both of those needs,  Powerhour seemed like a perfect fit at PLHS.   During Powerhour each day students check in with their seminar . . .

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Inclement Weather Information - How We Determine a "Snow Day"?

The decision to cancel school due to road conditions is always difficult. Factors such as the amount of precipitation, dropping temperature, and early morning road conditions are taken into consideration. The decision to call off school must happen before 5:15 a.m. in order to send communications to all parents and staff to prevent the day’s operations from commencing.   The superintendent and the director of . . .

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