September 9 Update

It appears we are finally going to get a little taste of fall-like weather with cooler temperatures and less humidity to go along with the shorter days as we transition away from summer. I hope you all had an opportunity to get away and relax during this past Labor Day holiday. Please be sure to read through this brief update to stay on top of some upcoming events and district announcements.

Thursday, September 10 - Picture Day for "B" and VE Students

"B" Students will have their fall pictures taken this Thursday.


Virtual Edmond students from Chisholm can come from 2:30 to 3:00 on the same day if they want their picture taken here at Chisholm. VE students only will be allowed into the cafeteria after we have taken their temperature. Parents can remain out in front of the school while the student has their picture taken. Forms to purchase pictures will be handed out on the same day.


Fall makeup picture day is scheduled for Oct. 20 and 22nd.

Boosterthon Dance Fit Party

Friday, September 11th for "B" students and Monday, September 14th for "A" students are the scheduled days for the Dance Fit Party, and the conclusion of our fundraising program. Obviously, our program has looked a little different this year with the A/B Blended Learning Model, but I hope your students have been keeping up with the daily character videos during their remote learning days. Thank you once again for your support to this fundraising program and our PTO.

Virtual Edmond Students - Chisholm Library Visits

Virtual Edmond students from Chisholm can come up on Wednesdays from 1:00 to 3:00 to check out books from our library. Students only will be allowed to come in the front door, we'll take their temperature, and then be allowed to go visit and check out books from our library.

Meal Waivers for Edmond Students

Due to a federal waiver, the district will be able to offer free meals to all children (18 & under) beginning Wednesday, Sept. 9th. Both in school and drive-thru meals will be free of charge. You may pick up one breakfast and one lunch each day. Second meals and extra items will be charged as usual. The free meal program is dependent on funding, but the USDA anticipates that it will be available through December 2020.

Student Technology Protection Plan

The deadline to purchase the STPP insurance plan for students to protect against cost incurred by and damaged to broken device has been extended to September 18th. This plan costs $12.50 for the semester and you my purchase through In-Touch or you can send cash or check to school with your student. More specific information on this program was emailed out today from the district office.