Beginning Monday, the Mead School District will begin a system of weekly communication with parents and students during the current closure, the district announced Thursday.
This weekly communication will continue each Monday, with the exception of the district’s regularly scheduled from April 6-10.
This email will include enrichment activities estimated to be approximately three hours of learning time in length.
Additionally, resource room and classroom teachers will be available Monday through Friday for email communication with students and parents.
“In most instances response time will be no greater than 24 hours,” the district said.
All districts plan to issue regular updates during the closures, via their websites, social media or direct emails to families.
Here is a district-by-district rundown of plans as of Wednesday afternoon:
In the Mead School District, food will be distributed beginning Monday at selected sites, the district announced Wednesday. For families of health service workers and first responders, day care will be in place by Monday.
The Coeur d’Alene School District has released details on food pickup. Free grab-and-go meals for school-age children are now available, with distribution via buses from 11 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the following locations: Fernan STEM Academy, Bryan and Skyway elementary schools, Lakes Middle School (front parking lot) and Ramsey Magnet School of Science (west parking lot). Emergency K-5 child care is now available at Ramsey Magnet School and will be limited to district students whose parents or guardians work in healthcare or emergency services. The hours are 6:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays.
On Tuesday, the
In the Nine Mile Falls School District, families are asked to fill out a form that covers food as well as child care.
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