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Information from December School Board Meeting

At the school board meeting on December 14, the following items were unanimously discussed and approved:   Updated Pandemic Plan. Please see the attached Pandemic Plan. This allows for changes in quarantine procedures as recommended by the CDC. This should allow students and staff to return earlier from quarantine when symptoms are present. Within this plan is a stricter . . .

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January 2021 Child Nutrition Menu

January 2021 Menu   Just as a reminder, student meals, both breakfast and lunch, will continue to be free until the end of the school year.  Please encourage your students to join us for breakfast and start the day off with energy!   In January it will be a New Year! Welcome 2021 and welcome back Bombers!

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Virtual/Distant Learning extended for Dec.14-18th, 2020

12-11-2020 A message from Banner Schools: Virtual/Distant Learning extended for Dec.14-18 th , 2020   I have analyzed the data for this week and communicated with administrators in education and health care.  Our State and County are in a state of emergency battling this virus and the severe effects it is having on our community members and hospitals.  The data for the past . . .

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An update from the Superintendent. Michael Prior about Virtual Learning

December 4, 2020 A message from Banner Schools:   I have analyzed the data for this week and met with several administrators in surrounding districts today.  Schools in close proximity using distant /virtual learning for the upcoming week include Darlington, Maple, Yukon, Bethany, and Riverside.  Canadian County remains in the severe RED risk zone with Yukon being a top area in the state for . . .

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A Message from the Superintendent. Michael Prior about Virtual Learning

  To:  Banner Families  Today I communicated with administration at Banner, Superintendents in surrounding communities, and representatives from health organizations regarding the significant growth in COVID hospitalizations and infections.  Starting tomorrow, we will have at least 16% of essential staff members absent for a variety of reasons, which includes some with positive . . .

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