SNOW DAY INSTRUCTION INFORMATION: Google Classroom Posts will occur no later than 9:00 AM. Distance learning folders with paper assignments may be provided to students who do not have internet access. Office Hours - teachers will be available for parents or students to email or message and receive quick feedback/answers during the designated time frame. ***In the event of extended days out, you should plan for students to attend virtual meetings (ex. Zoom) If you do not have Internet access at home, the District can help. Visit https://rb.gy/jetffn. Teacher Office Hours (quick response) 10:00-11:00 1:00-2:00 Respond by 3:30: Families may email or message questions with responses by 3:30.
about 12 hours ago, Kate Martin
NOV 30, 2021 Community members are invited to share their thoughts about the leadership qualities they believe are important for the next superintendent of Perry County School District 32. With the announcement by Superintendent Andy Comstock of his intention to retire at the end of the 2022-23 school year, the Board of Education has contracted with Missouri School Boards Association to conduct a search for a deputy superintendent. The board’s intention is to fill this position, a three-year-contract, at its February 2022 meeting, and for the deputy superintendent to work with Mr. Comstock during the 2022-23 school year then assume leadership on July 1, 2023. An online survey from MSBA which lists leadership qualities of a superintendent will be available through December 14, 2021 at https://msbanet.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4N5TW0Ohc366Tki. MSBA encourages parents, community members and District 32 employees to complete the survey, indicating the most desired leadership qualities they perceive to be most important in a new superintendent. The results of this survey will be used by the BOE and consultants in seeking and screening applicants as well as for the development of the interview content. For continuing information about the Superintendent Search process, visit www.pcsd32.com.
2 days ago, Kate Martin
Perry County School District 32 has a limited number of Verizon hotspots available to check-out for students who do not have an internet connection at home. Parents can apply for a mobile hotspot to provide internet access for educational purposes during the regular school year. The hotspots are restricted to District 32 Chromebooks for student use only. If you would like your household to be considered for one of the hotspots, please complete the form at https://rb.gy/jetffn. Please note that filling out this form will not guarantee you'll receive a hotspot as quantities are limited. You will be asked for your name, address, email address, the names of children in the household, and questions about your IEP/504, English Language Learner and Free/Reduced Lunch status. Priority will be based on IEP/ 504 or ELL status, Free and Reduced meal qualification, and Verizon network available at the address provided. If you require assistance with the educational process, contact your students office.
4 months ago, Kate Martin
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