This Week At Coolidge

Coolidge Elementary

Every student. Every day.

Mission Statement: To educate, challenge and inspire every student to achieve personal success and become a confident contributor to society.

Vision Statement: We promote a passion for learning and a philosophy that puts the needs of children and their education first.

COVID-19 DAILY STUDENT HEALTH SCREENING CHECKLIST

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Livonia Public Schools: COVID-19 Screening Protocol for Visitors

All visitors on site must complete a health screening prior to reporting. A new screening must be completed each time a visitor reports to a school site. Screener For Visitors

Community With Character Monthly Focus - Respect

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School Hours

K-4 Full Day: 8:55a-4:00p

Half Day: 8:55a-12:10p

ASD Center Hours: 8:37a-3:43p

ASD Center Half Day: 8:37-11:55a

Lunch: 12:05-12:55p

Office Hours: 8:00a-4:30p

Notes For The Week

10/11 Monday:


10/12 Tuesday:


10/13 Wednesday: Parent/Teacher Conferences (5-8pm)


10/14 Thursday: 1/2 Day For Students (ASD Dismissal 11:55pm/ GE Dismissal 12:10pm)

Parent/Teacher Conferences (1-4pm) & (5-8pm)


10/15 Friday: 1/2 Day For Students (ASD Dismissal 11:55pm/ GE Dismissal 12:10pm)

Parent/Teacher Conferences (1-4pm)

A Look Ahead

  • 10/29 Little Caesars' Pizza Kit Sales Due

  • 11/2 No School/ PD Day

  • 11/5 Deposit Day

  • 11/8 Picture Retake Day

  • 11/17 Little Caesars' Pizza Kit Pick Up

  • 11/19 Deposit Day

  • 11/24-11/28 Thanksgiving Break

HELP WANTED !!!!!

Noon Lunchroom Monitors

URGENT NEED!

2021-2022 school year


Livonia Public Schools

$11/Hour
Contact Bridget Holton for noon monitor packet and more details
15125 Farmington Road
Livonia, MI 48154
(734)744-2540 or bholton@livoniapublicschools.org

· Submit your application on line at www.edustaff.org

· EDUStaff phone number (877) 974-6338

Specials Links for Parents

Families that wish to conference with their child's specials' teachers, please use the links and e-mails below...


Art: Ms. Stark

Art Conference


L.M.C.: Ms. Nelson

L.M.C. Conference


Music: Mr. Stebo

Music Conference


P.E.: Ms. Giorgino and Ms. Berg

lgiorgin@livoniapublicschools.org

dberggr@livoniapublicschools.org

LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA KIT FUNDRAISER

Go to pizzakit.ca (link above)

Click on 'Products' then click on 'Shop'

Enter Fundraiser ID 396127

Follow prompts to create your ID

Web Store Stevenson Triad 2021

STEVENSON TRIAD PRIDE - Order your Stevenson Triad Gear here.


Store Link: https://stevensontriad2021.itemorder.com/

Open Date: Currently Open (9/22)

Close Date: Sunday 10/17 @ 11:59pm

In Hands: Week of 11/1

A Message From Food Service

Did You Know…..

  • All LPS students are eligible for free school meals during this school year. This means any LPS student may choose to have breakfast and/or lunch every school day. This is because all school districts across the country were able to receive a federal waiver to serve breakfast and lunch meals, at no charge to families, for every student, regardless of financial status.

  • We’re serving A LOT of meals this year! It is wonderful to see so many of our students accessing this service. So you know...here are some quick district stats about the first 23 school days in fall 2019 compared to the first 23 school days of 2021.

2019~First 23 school days:

Breakfast = 21,224 meals served in LPS

Lunch = 81,914 meals served in LPS

Total = 103,138 meals served in LPS


2021~First 23 school days:

Breakfast = 45,206 meals served in LPS (113% increase)

Lunch = 120,972 meals served in LPS (48% increase)

Total = 166,178 meals served in LPS (61% increase)


  • Menus occasionally need to be adjusted. There are several reasons for menu changes. In short, the national supply chain challenges that are occurring in almost every industry, also exist in food service. With schools across the country offering many more meals than ever before, due to the waiver, food supply companies are having some trouble keeping up. Additionally, the trucking industry is also facing pretty big delays due to the shortage of truck drivers, which impacts delivery of items to the suppliers. While we order a wide variety of food items each week, if an item does not get delivered, LPS Food Service replaces it with a comparable item. Here’s a good article explaining how this is affecting schools across the country: School Meal Supply Shortages

  • If your child is a hearty eater, he/she is able to both access a breakfast or lunch AND bring their own snack or lunch from home.

  • Families, regardless of household income, are able to receive these free meals throughout the 2021-2022 school year. However, families (as applicable) should still complete the Free / Reduced Application: Horizon Free & Reduced Apps (horizonsolana.com) on an annual basis, as this allows our school district to continue to receive federal funding and allows families who qualify to access additional fee reductions (ie: Pay to Participate fee reductions; AP exam fee reductions and others).

  • We are very thankful for the efforts of our Food & Nutrition department staff, who have worked tirelessly to respond to the increased meal service needs!

We are hopeful this information is helpful to you and provides some insights into how the Food & Nutrition Services Department of Livonia Public Schools provides for our students.