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It's time for our families who are learning remotely to order meals for next week. That form is available at https://forms.gle/RGSM4VBoeMaCCb7D8
Students enrolled in remote learning at Hutchinson Public Schools, USD 308 have the option of ordering meal kits.
Meal kits are required to be pre-ordered each week and one form must be filled out per student.
You will pick up your meal kits weekly on Wednesdays only and will receive 5 breakfast & 5 lunches.
Because of a recent U.S. Department of Agriculture order, all students enrolled in USD 308 who eat breakfast or lunch in district schools will not be charged through Dec. 31.
Families who normally would pay the full rate or the reduce rate for meals will not be charged during this time. All meal charges prior to Sept. 3 will still apply. Additionally, students will have to pay for ala-carte items.
Students attending Hutchinson Public Schools remotely will have the opportunity to have breakfast and lunches each school day.
The meals will be ordered weekly. The first week, though, will have only four sets of meals because of Labor Day.
The order form for the meals is available at https://forms.gle/vaVaz1kjEpYhnpCo8.
Meals must be preordered. To receive a meal package for the first week, the electronic form is due by 1 p.m. Monday, Aug. 31.
The convocation was delivered virtually this year to allow staff to socially distance.
Several educators were honored during the event. The Davis Foundation made its annual Teachers of the Year Awards. The elementary winners were Leslie Specht, third grade teacher at Lincoln Elementary School, and Randy Doerksen, music teacher at Lincoln.
The middle school winner was Shandi Webster, science teacher at Hutchinson Middle School – 7.
The high school winners were Dawn Justice, math teacher at Hutchinson High School, and Eric Malashchuk, social studies teacher at HHS.