The fall Continuing Education class schedule is now available. Classes include Aerobics, Babysitting Safety, Cake Decorating, Cardio Kickboxing, Defensive Driving & Pre-Licensing, Guitar or Piano, Hall Walking, Insanity Workout, Over 30 Basketball, Paying for College, Pilates, Spin Bike, Volleyball and Yoga. Posted 8/27/15.
Please email us if you have a question about the upcoming 2015-16 school year. Posted 8/10/15.
Parents who may be eligible for free or reduced price school meals for their children are encouraged to inquire about the federal Free and Reduced Price School Meals/Milk Program. This is a completely confidential program. Not only does this program help families by providing financial assistance through approved reduced lunch applications, but the district benefits by receiving additional government money which keeps lunch prices as low as possible for all students. If you have any questions, please call the District Office at 732-2297, option 3. An application form is available here...
School Lunch Price Increase
The cost of lunch will increase to $2.40 for CES and $2.50 for the MS and HS next year. Breakfast will remain at $1.25. We apologize for any inconvenience but the increase will help ensure our cafeteria program is self-funded. Posted 8/10/15.
To help ensure all children receive nutritious meals during the summer when school is out of session, the USDA has created a website to help those in need find free summer meal programs. Visit the website here or call 1-866-3-HUNGRY. During the school year, 21.4 million children in the United States receive their lunch at a reduced-price or at no charge through the National School Lunch Program. Yet when school lets out for the summer, only 3.8 million children participate in summer meal programs. Posted 6/02/15.