Grant Line Elementary will be on eLearning tomorrow (Friday, Jan. 15) through next week, due to staffing shortages caused by COVID positive cases as well as quarantines. We will continue to monitor the situation. If things improve, we will return to in-person learning on January 25. Please continue to check your email for the latest … Continue reading “Grant Line Elementary Update”
We are excited to announce that ALL students can eat FREE breakfast and lunch through May 27, 2021 (second meals/a la carte items are extra). For those learning full-time virtually or are on the A/B schedule, you can pick up free meals from the school. Locations, dates, and times are listed below.
NAFCS is now reporting student COVID-19 exposures on our website, nafcs.org. To review the most up-to-date information, go to nafcs.org and click on “COVID-19 Update” in the menu options. From there, visitors can see all the latest updates on the calendar, eLearning days, and more. Scroll to the bottom for the yellow button that says … Continue reading “COVID-19 Exposures”
The second semester calendar has been released. K-12: e-Learning will continue between January 5 and January 8. CA-ELC preschool students will remain in-person on these 4 days. CA-ELC families will be notified by Mrs. Schultze. K-12 students in the intense intervention program will remain in-person on these 4 days. K-12 will resume in-person instruction on … Continue reading “Second Semester Plan”
We are now hiring bus drivers for the current school year! Bus drivers make $20 an hour. Full-time drivers also receive other benefits, including medical insurance and retirement. Requirement for the position: Maintain federal CDL Class B or above passenger endorsement and “S” endorsement There are immediate positions available. For more information or to apply, … Continue reading “Bus Drivers Needed”
Learn more about developmental milestones for your child during upcoming virtual parent workshops! These free workshops start Nov. 2 and run through Nov. 19. For more information, see the photo below.
Prosser's Candy and Careers Drive-Thru event was a huge success! Students showed off the many areas of study at Prosser by decorating machines, mannequin heads and more. Check out photos from the event below.
Please read below for the latest update from Superintendent Brad Snyder. September 28, 2020 Dear Parent/Guardian, The first few weeks of our unprecedented pandemic journey have been difficult for everyone. However, we have had a good start and our plan has successfully avoided school closings and other disruptions. We will keep moving forward with rational … Continue reading “Changes to Return to School Plan”
The YMCA is seeking nominations for the 2020 YMCA Youth Character Awards. If you know a teen who is caring, honest, respectful, and responsible, nominate him or her. Each winner will receive $2,500 in scholarships! Nominators are due Sept. 25.
The Floyd County Family YMCA is hosting Virtual Learning Wednesdays for NAFCS students. The center will provide virtual learning support from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. The cost is $35 each Wednesday for new and part-time participants. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.