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August 18th 4-6 PM

School Starts Monday, August 22nd


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Principals Message

This year we will offer summer tutoring to select students (entering 4th and 5th grade) who have not shown readiness for the next grade in math or language arts.  Summer school will not be provided in the district this year. We will be contacting parents very soon to offer our tutoring services to students identified for support. These students were identified using a variety of criteria in addition to academic deficiency.  If your child was not invited to be a part of our tutoring program and you would like to discuss their specific situation, please call me at the school (307) 885-2472.

For those who made classroom placement requests, please remember we do our best to accommodate requests, but placement is a complex endeavor that must consider a variety of factors.  The window for requests has now closed and we are working to build class assignments for each student.  We will mail home your child’s next year classroom teacher along with their report cards at the end of the school year.

All students need to be registered for next year via our online registration program. If you have not yet registered your child, please click on the link on our website.

Thank you for helping make this a great year at Etna Elementary.  We appreciate your support and all you do to make this a good experience for your child.  As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to give me a call at 307-885-2472.

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Lincoln County School District #2 Foodservice Supply-Chain Disruptions

Lincoln County School District is offering all students both breakfast and lunch meals free of charge this school year. This is made possible through a number of USDA waivers and program flexibilities. 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.