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    Congratulations, Class of 2020! You did it!

    BCSD #101 will be offering FREE breakfast and Lunch to all children 1-18. Buses will deliver food to the following meal sites.  Please stay in your vehicle! Someone will ask how many kids are in your car, they will bring the meals to you. If walking to sites, please practice social distancing of 6 ft. apart.

    WE WILL BE GIVING 1 BREAKFAST

    AND 1 LUNCH TO EACH CHILD


    MEAL SERVICE LOCATIONS AND TIMES


    Boundary County Middle School – 8:15 am to 9:15 am

    (By Band Room)

    6577 Main Suite 100

    Bonners Ferry, Idaho


    Hope House8:15 am to 9:15 am

    5100 Camelot Road

    Moyie Springs, Idaho


    Mt. Hall Elementary – 8:15 am to 9:15 am

    School 1275 highway 1

    Bonners Ferry, Idaho


    Naples Elementary School9:30 am to 10:15 am

    145 School House Road

    Naples, Idaho


    Three Mile Bus Loop – 8:15 am to 9:15 am

    Bus Road

    Bonners Ferry, Idaho (By the Airport)


    Fire Station Camp Nine Rd.9:15 am to 10:15 am

    Bonners Ferry Idaho


    Jehovah Witness Church - 9:30 am to 10:15 am

    6829 Kaniksu Street

    Bonners Ferry, Idaho


    Four Corners Paradise Valley – 8:15 am to 9:15 am


    BCSD #101 District Office – 9:30 am to 10:15 am

    7188 Oak Street

    Bonners Ferry, Idaho 


    Cherry and Walnut9:30 am to 10:15 am

    in Moyie Springs, Idaho


                                                                           

    This Institute is an equal opportunity provider

     

    News Release - Boundary County School District #101 - 5/12/2020

    Hello Boundary County School District Staff,

    I know this is a lengthy email, but I want all of us to have the same information. Thank you for everything you do for our kids!!

    Below are the recommendations for the remainder of the year that were School Board and Panhandle Health approved on May 11, 2020:

    Students

    ●     Remain in soft closure (remote learning) for the remainder of the year.

    ●     The Leadership Team will meet the week of June 8th - 11th to plan for social distancing in the Fall.

    Returning to Work

    ●     Request staff (full time, benefited positions) return May 18th to finish creating end of the year packets/lessons, clearing rooms, and planning for next year. Please see criteria below. 

    ●     Students at risk for failure and/or in need of extra support can schedule time to meet with their teacher(s) to complete the year. It is imperative that groups are less than 10, including adults in the room.

    ○     Students and/or parents/guardians will schedule time with their teacher(s).

    ○     Room(s) will be identified at each school and deep cleaned each day.

    ○     Elementary students must have a parent/guardian present and sessions no longer than an hour.

    ○     Social distancing must be maintained. For staff working closely with students, it is recommended to wear a mask and gloves.

    Graduation - May be adjusted after a meeting on 5/12/20

    ●     June 6th at 11:00 AM

    ●     Graduation will be streamed and recorded.

    ●     Students/Family will be permitted to have one car per family. No RVs, limos, oversized vehicles

    ●     Students/Family will line-up at the fairgrounds at 10:00 AM. They must stay in their vehicles with their family. Line-up will be directed by staff and police.

    ●     Students/Family will be escorted to the high school by the police at 10:40.

    ●     Students/Family will drive through the middle school parking lot, by the baseball field to the front of the school.

    ●     Students/Family (less than 10) will exit vehicle to receive diploma cover from high school principal and/or superintendent. Picture will be taken and graduate announced. The student will proceed down the side-walk to pick-up their diploma from staff further than 6 feet from the previous staff member.

    ●     Students/family will return to the vehicle and exit school grounds.

    8th Grade Promotion

    ●     June 4, 2020

    ●     Time TBD

    ●     Students/Family will line up in the middle school parking lot.

    ●     Students/Family will drive behind the middle school to the front of the middle school.

    ●     Students/Parents will exit the vehicle to receive a promotion certificate.

    ●     Students/Family will return to the vehicle and exit school grounds.

    Summer School

    ●     Andrea will send out a schedule.

    ●     Students will complete IDLA Flex classes.

    ●     A paraprofessional will be at the school 3 days per week to support students.

    ●     Students will be at school 12 hours per week. The schedule will be designed to have no more than 10 students in the room at a time, including the adult. Students will be spaced out more than 6 feet. The schedule will be completed once we know how many students and what subject each one will be enrolled.

    Athletics

    ●     IHSAA will leave our decisions for open gyms, tryouts, and camps to local control after May 16th.

    ●     Based on meetings with regional superintendents, we believe if we cannot be in school we need to wait on opening our facilities.

    ●     It is recommended we maintain our school closure for open gyms, tryouts, and camps until Stage 4 of Governor Little’s Rebound Idaho Plan projected to start June 13th.

    ●     If we allow for open gyms, tryouts, and camps a liability waiver should be signed by parents/guardians and student/athlete.

     

    Criteria

    Returning to Work/Student Support: May 18th - June 5th

    Graduation

    June 6th @ 11:00 & 8th Grade Promotion

    Summer School

    Athletics/Open Gyms/Tryouts

    1 - Social Distancing

    Under 10 per room

     

    6 feet distance

    Staff 6 Feet distance

    Drive through for students/families

    Under 10 per room

     

    6 feet distance

    All remain closed until June 13 at a minimum

    2 - 14 days past peak

    Yes

    (at this time)

    Yes

    (at this time)

    Yes

    (at this time)

    Yes

    (at this time)

    3 - Public Health Approval

    Cleaning & Disinfection Protocols

    Distributed to building leaders and maintenance director to follow

    Distributed to building leaders and maintenance director to follow

    Distributed to building leaders, teacher, paraprofessional,  and maintenance director to follow

    Distributed to building leaders, coaches, and maintenance director to follow

    4a - Cleaning & Disinfection Protocols

    Rooms where students are present are deep cleaned each day. Doors knobs and frequently touched surfaces are wiped down frequently. Cleaning protocols (checklists) directed by Panhandle Health are followed.

    Ceremonies are held outside in a drive through manner.

     

    Tables used to hold diploma covers, diplomas, and promotion certificates will be cleaned after ceremonies.

    Rooms where students are present are deep cleaned each day. Doors knobs and frequently touched surfaces are wiped down frequently. Cleaning protocols (checklists) directed by Panhandle Health are followed.

     

    Equipment  is cleaned after each use.

    4b - Plan for vulnerable staff

    Not requested to be in buildings - encouraged to stay home

    Not requested to be present - encouraged to stay home - not to exit vehicle, if present

    Not present

    Not present - If in category and choose to participate a waiver will be signed

    4c - Staff with close contact

    Encouraged to wear mask,

    wear gloves, &

    maintain 6 feet distancing when possible.

    Wear gloves to hand diploma and promotion certificate

    Encouraged to wear mask,

    wear gloves, &

    maintain 6 feet distancing when possible.

    Encourage no close contact.

    4d - Absenteeism for staff & students

    Monitor Daily

    Monitor for signs of illness, stay home if sick

     

    If there is an identified case, follow Panhandle Health Protocol

    Staff, students, and family will be requested to stay home, if any sign of illness.

    Monitor Daily

    Monitor for signs of illness, stay home if sick

     

    If there is an identified case, follow Panhandle Health Protocol

    Monitor for signs of illness, stay home if sick

     

    If there is an identified case, follow Panhandle Health Protocol

    4e - Communication Plan

    Robo calls, website, and/or newspaper

    Robo calls, website, and/or newspaper

    Robo calls, website, and/or newspaper

    Robo calls, website, and/or newspaper

    4f - Point of Contact

    Jan Bayer

    208-267-3146

     

    Gina Brown (HS)

    208-267-3149

     

    Kevin Dinning (MS)

    208-267-5852

     

    Jan Bayer

    208-267-3146

     

     

    Gina Brown (HS)

    208-267-3149

     

    Conrad Garner

    208-267-3149

     

    4g - Reopening plans reviewed

    Emailed to Lora Whalen on 5/9/20

    Emailed to Lora Whalen on 5/9/20

    Emailed to Lora Whalen on 5/9/20

    Emailed to Lora Whalen on 5/9/20

     
    We will be working on Migrant Summer School and ESY (Special Education) Summer School over the next couple of days.
     
    Please feel free to contact me with any questions and/or concerns. I will be meeting with the leadership team at 2:00 today to explain all the cleaning and social distancing protocol. The leadership team will be able to answer your questions  afterwards.
     
    I appreciate all your dedication through these trying times. You all do so much for our students and community.
     
    Stay safe and healthy!!! 

     

    Sincerely,
    Jan Bayer
    Superintendent
     
    Student Meal Accounts

    logo decorative imageStudent Meal Accounts,
    If you have a senior graduating or a student leaving Boundary County School District #101 this year, please call or email Tammy Schneider for a refund. If your senior has a younger sibling in school, any meal balance can be transferred into their student accounts. You may also choose to donate the money to other student’s meal charges.
     If your students will be returning for the 2020-2021 school year, balances on their account will roll over into the new school year with them. Please call 208-267-5519 ext.3345 or email tammy.schneider@mail.bcsd101.com with directions as to what you want done with your child account. If we don't hear from you, students accounts will just roll into next school year.

    Have a great Summer!


    Tammy Schneider
    Food Service Director

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