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USD 338 Dragon Pride YouTube Channel

 Note: you can Subscribe to the school’s channel but it’s not necessary to watch broadcasts.

Activity Calendar

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April Menu

To pick up meals for your remote or quarantined student, please fill out the meal request form at:  https://forms.gle/krL9jv7Uyqco...

Birthday Treat Form

Community Call List

Job Opportunities

Accountability Reports

District News

UPDATES:

  • Congratulations to the 2021-2022 Cheer and Dance Squads!!

    • Cheer: Captain - Makayla Yates, Abbey Brosa, Calleigh Clark, Heidi Gibbens

    • Dance: Abbey Brosa, Calleigh Clark, Samantha Clark, Tori Freeborn,  Heidi Gibbens, Carly Henson, Aubrey Hernandez, Madelyn Miller, Addie Moore, Trinity Seymour, Makayla Yates

  • The April 8th MS Track Meet @ Oskaloosa is rescheduled to April 27. 3:30 PM

  • The NEKL Art Competition has opened while this year's competition is virtual all of the league Art teachers have worked together to organize a great virtual event. Please visit the following link for more information and to see the artwork from Valley Falls and other NEKL schools, the website will be live until May 31st .

    https://schreckr.wixsite.com/nekl-art-2021. All Valley Falls entries are denoted by a VF prefix. 

  • USD #338 is taking sealed bids for concrete work on the district bus barn approach.  Email cyrena.burghart@vfalls338.com or call the district office for specifications, 785-945-3214.  Sealed bids must be received by 4:00 pm on April 21, 2021, at 700 Oak Street, Valley Falls, KS 66088.

EVENTS:

  • The Suicide Prevention Taskforce in Jefferson County is encouraging community members to learn more about how we can help prevent suicide. QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) is a two hour Zoom meeting that teaches people three steps to help prevent suicide. This is especially relevant for community members. 

    A more in-depth training is Suicide Intervention Basics. This training consists of two 3-hour Zoom meetings and will give participants skills to talk to someone who is feeling suicidal. These trainings are available at various times this Spring and Summer and could make a positive difference in the life of someone you know. See registration information below. 
    May 19th
    June 10th & 11th
    August 12th & 13th


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  • The Graphics Design Class is selling custom dragon insulated cups. There are 2 different cup designs. $13 for the basic designs and $16 for a custom design. (Price includes tax)

    Orders must be prepaid.

    When cup(s) are ready, you will be notified to pick it up at the high school office.  Cups can be ordered online at: https://usd338.revtrak.net/Miscellaneous-Fees/#/list or by contacting the high school office.

RESOURCES:

  • Teen Vaping Resources: What to Watch For, The Do's and Don'ts of Talking to Teens About Vaping

  • Shortened Quarantine Guidelines​

    • Please Note:        

      1. The person must not have any symptoms to do the shortened quarantine.

      2. It has to be a full 7 days of quarantine with the test (they must wait to receive results before returning) or a full 10 days of quarantine without the test.

      3. The incubation period did not change.  It is still a full 14 days that a person could become symptomatic/infectious from last date of exposure, so those coming out of quarantine early must continue to self-monitor for any symptoms through day 14.


  • COVID Testing Sites

    • USD #338 COVID Quarantine/Isolation Report - this report automatically updates when the buildings update return information for students and staff. Click here for info: http://bit.ly/338COVIDINFO

    • Know the Difference - COVID, Flu, Cold, Allergies

  • Parenting: "Because kids don't come with instructions" by the Family Service & Guidance center. This free course for parents will be held weekly for eight weeks via Zoom video conference. It’s on Eventbrite. People can sign up by going to https://parentingm21.eventbrite.com

  • As a parent/guardian, you know that children can be challenging at times.  Finding resources or guidance can often be difficult.  Now there is a new call-line and resource directory for parents/guardians.
    1-800-CHILDREN provides judgment-free 24/7 confidential information, with connection to local resources and supports. Kansans can:

    • Call 1-800-CHILDREN (1-800-332-6378). Download the mobile app by searching 1800CHILDRENKS in your app store.

    • Email or text 1800CHILDREN@kcsl.org.

  • Visit 1800CHILDRENKS.org to find resources near you.


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