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5 things to know this weekend
5 things to know this weekend
Rachel Jones
Sunday, April 12, 2020

From the Office of the Superintendent- 5 things you need to know;

1. RSD meals will be changing beginning the week of April 13- 

Our bus deliveries will continue to deliver at 9:30 a.m.- but only on Tuesdays and Fridays.

*Tuesdays we will deliver 3 days worth of meals, and on Friday two days worth of meals.

*The drive-thru style meal distribution at the elementary schools will also go to two days per week, Tuesdays and Fridays.

Beginning Tuesday, April 14 all schools will have one time, 10:30 a.m. for both a hot breakfast and a hot lunch pick up. (Dwight Elementary are still to go to RMS for their meals.) 

*Tuesdays we will deliver 3 days worth of meals, and on Friday two days worth of meals.

If you have ANY questions or need more information please contact Kay Haulmark or Daniel Connerly in the office of child nutrition,, Or call Monday through Friday between the hours of 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. 479-498-8863.

2. It's kindergarten registration time! 

Beginning on Monday, April 13, all elementary schools will have a secure location available for their registration packet pick ups. 

Pre-K registration information for the school will also be available.

Please register your child in the attendance zone you currently live, (if you would like to complete a zone transfer you may do so at a later date.)

*Forms must be turned in no later than May 1, but the earlier the better to reserve your spot!  https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws...

If you prefer you may complete and return to Karie Turney, Director of Elementary Teaching and Learning, 479-968-5216, or

3.School Choice and Zone Transfer Information

May 1, 2020 is the deadline.

You can find information on school choice and zone transfer information on our website.
But, please call the Office of the Superintendent, 968-1306, or email for more information on how to complete these documents.



4. Mental Health Check in- 

We want to continue supporting our students, staff, and families during this crisis. 

If you know someone who needs to speak to a trustworthy staff member please direct them to our Office of Special Services, or have them fill out the online form; https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws...

5.Establishing a normal routine is beneficial during a time like this.
It doesn't have to be lengthy or elaborate. But a normal schedule can be helpful to both children and adults during a crisis. Consider incorporating daily exercise and reading for pleasure as a way to cope with the crisis we are in.