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School Closure Update

ESU 4 schools, which includes Syracuse Public Schools, will be operating in an alternative learning environment for the remainder of the school year.   Per Governor Rickett’s Directive Health Measure, all schools in Nebraska will remain closed and operate in an alternative learning environment for the remainder of the 2019/2020 school year. With this directive, all schools are closed to students until May 31st and all extracurricular activities . . .

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Food Distribution Information - Revised

Hello Syracuse School District families,       Syracuse School District has been approved by the Federal Government to disburse meals free of charge to all children age 1 – 18.  What does this mean?  We would put together 1 breakfast and 1 lunch for your child/children each day.  Pick up would occur on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  You would . . .

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High School Review/Enrichment Learning Opportunities

  SDA Public Schools are closing for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year.  SDA Teachers have been working on providing a listing of review/enrichment learning opportunities for students to participate in while schools are closed.  Students are encouraged to participate in these learning opportunities as a means of remaining engaged during the school closure.  Information regarding these learning opportunities will be provided on the school district . . .

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Middle School Review / Enrichment Learning Opportunities

    4th Core Classes   Specials   Mr. Goebel           Daily Checklist           Daily Activities           Fitness Journal Mrs. Hall           Elementary Band 5 . . .

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Coronavirus Information

The Southeast District Health Department (SEDHD) and its state and federal health partners are closely monitoring Coronavirus (COVID-19) that originated in China early last December.  This information is to inform you about Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19).  To date there has been no community transmission of coronavirus disease in the state of Nebraska.  Syracuse Schools is working closely with the state and local health departments as they monitor the situation and we . . .

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