Beardstown School District

Tiger Pride Shines in the Beardstown School District

The Beardstown School District is engaged in a variety of supports for their students and community. Staff started delivering meals on March 16th and to date, over 6,500 meals have been served. Beardstown School District is blessed with a diverse student population with students speaking over 14 different languages at home. The staff and administration have worked countless hours to meet the diverse needs of each of their families.
They have successfully implemented both online and learning packets for continued learning opportunities. They have seen an average of 82% or more student participation.
Beardstown is proud of their students and families! Superintendent Ron Gilbert stated, "we have a wonderful support staff. The cafeteria, maintenance, technology, and transportation staff, along with volunteers, are making the logistics possible for our six meal distribution sites."
In addition to providing meals and continued learning, Beardstown has a comprehensive Health and Wellness Check Plan, which is implemented daily by their school nurse.
Superintendent Gilbert shared with pride, "together, everyone is doing a fantastic job!"
ROE #1 is greatly appreciative of the hard work and dedication that Beardstown staff members, community members, students, and families is demonstrating in these trying times!

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Brown County School District

Brown County "Heroes" Show Their "Love"
Brown County School District teachers and families are working very hard to provide opportunities to all students. The district is providing breakfast and lunch to over 160 children in the community. Educators recently took the opportunity to remind their elementary teachers and staff how much they are appreciated by putting "Hero" signs in their yards. This week in celebration of Week of the Young Child, Brown County educators delivered "Hornet Love" signs to the yards of all of the elementary families to remind them how much the staff members love and miss them. --Submitted by Brown County Principal, Shelly Sheffler

Payson-Seymour School District

Payson-Seymour Staff Members Send Signs of Love to Their Students and Families

Payson-Seymour staff members created a video to share a special message to their students and families during the suspended school year. Payson-Seymour has continued to provide remote learning opportunities for all students, both electronically and paper copies of learning packets. Make sure to check-out the video that demonstrates how much Payson-Seymour staff members care for their students! --Submitted by Payson-Seymour Principal, Dawn VanCamp

Triopia & AC Central

 Continue to Serve Lunch & Love to Students

The Triopia community is grateful for their cafeteria staff members who continue to serve lunch to students each day. They want to recognize their cooks Laurie, Doris, and Kathy for their efforts during this pandemic. They work to provide meals for 170 students each day. They have sent home meals such as chicken nachos, vegetable soup, spaghetti, cheeseburgers, ham and cheese sandwiches, corn dogs, hot dogs on pretzel buns, make-your-own pizza kits and more. We are lucky to have these three dedicated ladies that work hard to provide our students with nutritional meals!

The AC-Central, Chandlerville Cafeteria Staff members have worked hard each day to send home lunches to students, as well as non-perishable breakfast items for the next day. The AC-Central community is also grateful for the dedication and hard work of the Cafeteria Staff to make sure that students have lunch and breakfast daily. They continue to amaze the students and families as they work through this pandemic and serve the AC-Central students.

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Virginia School District

Virginia Celebrates Partnerships with Local Businesses to Meet Current Needs

 The Virginia School District has worked hard to build meaningful relationships with local businesses. These businesses have stepped up and provided a tremendous amount of support to educators and students during this pandemic. From providing food, copies, and connection to internet, Virginia is grateful for their partnerships and the support the community has shown for the school district. Thanks to this support, students continue to learn, grow, and thrive remotely in the Virginia School District.