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Welcome to Etna Elementary

We are excited to have bestselling author, JENNIFER A. NIELSEN, visit Etna Elementary.  Her books are available to purchase and have the author sign. You may also bring your copy from home to have her sign.   See the LIBRARY TAB ABOVE for more information.

Etna Enrichment Express Sign Ups are Closed.

 Session 3 classes will be held, Jan 31, Feb 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, from 3:00 to 3:50 pm.

 Archery, Crazy Crafts, Cooking Challenge, Jump Rope, Lego Mania, Minecraft, Tasty Treats, Ukulele Fun, Wii Just Dance are the classes they will attend.

    School Breakfast and Lunch Information    

The federal wavier for free meals was not extended to the 2022-2023 school year.  Please check the food services link on the FAMILY AND STUDENTS drop down link above for more information.  Free and reduced meal applications will be available in the office or on the website. 

New prices for Elementary Students:  

Breakfast: $2.00  –   Lunch: $3.00  –  MIlk a la carte: $.50

Winners of the “Impossible Shot”

Mustang Spirit Day

 District Spelling Bee

A Christmas Carol 

 6th Grade Talent Show

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January 2023
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Lincoln County School District #2 Foodservice Supply-Chain Disruptions

 Our foodservice program is supporting student health and academic success by ensuring access to nutritious meals every day. Unfortunately, providing these meals has become significantly more difficult this year. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we are seeing nationwide disruptions to school foodservice manufacturing, supply and distribution channels. What does this mean for school meals? In short, it means that our schools are having trouble getting certain foods and supplies. This results in frequent menu changes, reduced menu variety, and changes in meal service options. These problems are related to supply-chain backlogs, which plague the entire system. The most common problems are discontinued menu items, shortages, longer-than-normal lead times, significantly higher costs compared with pre-pandemic bids, delayed deliveries, and/ or deliveries that contain a tiny fraction of what was ordered. The foodservice industry is predicting that supply-chain disruptions will continue well into 2022. We hope parents and students will be patient as we sort through these supply-chain issues.