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Happy Mother's Day to all of our moms, grandmas and other women who care for our students! You are appreciated and we hope you had a great day!
Family Conditions for Learning Survey Information
The Boone High Prom Committee would like to thank the following people for their contributions. They either donated goods, gift cards, or prizes to this year's prom and it was very much appreciated!
Saint's Avenue Cafe
Dutch Oven Bakery
L & M/Cenex
The Lucky Pig
Noodles & Company
Students to benefit from free school meals next school year
ARLINGTON, VA – The non-profit School Nutrition Association (SNA) commended the Biden Administration for extending several COVID-19 waivers to ensure students can continue to safely receive free school meals through the 2021/22 School Year. SNA members had called for waiver extensions to provide safe, equal access to healthy school meals and address continued pandemic meal service challenges.
“These waiver extensions will ensure hungry students can receive the meals they need to succeed next school year,” said SNA President Reggie Ross, SNS. “School nutrition staff can focus on safely serving students without having to worry about meal applications or collecting payments. Families struggling to make ends meet will know their children are nourished and ready to learn.”
Little Toreadors enjoying the beautiful weather
Kid of Character Certificates
Sign up for 5th Grade music
Congratulations to May’s Grill & Chill winners
BCSD Staff and Futures Students help to unload the Food Bank of Iowa truck to keep the Toreador Food Pantry stocked for the community.
FFA Awards Banquet
Annual FFA Awards Banquet showcases FFA members
The annual Boone A&M FFA Chapter Awards Banquet was held on Friday, April 30, 2021 at Boone High School. This event showcases the accomplishments of over 100 FFA members throughout the past year! The evening included Greenhand and Chapter Degree ceremonies, presentation of awards, recognition of students participating in Career Development Events, and ended with the installation of the 2021-2022 Chapter Officers.
The following awards were presented:
Star Greenhand Award - Gracie Gustafson
Star Chapter Degree Award - Nathan Lynch
Outstanding Leadership Award - ShyAnne Brogden
Dekalb Ag Accomplishment Award - Joe Zehr
Top Fundraiser Seller - Dylan Engleen
Most Active Member - Bria Schwind
The 2021-2022 Chapter Officer Team consists of:
President - Bria Schwind
Senior Vice President - Chase Anderson
Junior Vice President - Karli Herr
Reporter - Megan Stern
Secretary - Trysten Ward
Treasurer - Nathan Lynch
Sentinel - Trent Overturf
Thanks to all the FFA families, parents, school staff, businesses, and community supporters who helped our students have a successful year!
Raccoon River Conference Art Show
Seniors and Parents
Don't forget about THE LAST DOLLAR Scholarship. This is a state-funded program for Iowans who:
- Are recent high school graduates enrolling in an eligible program full-time OR recent high school graduates who are enrolling in an eligible program part-time and are employed in an approved work-based learning program OR adult learners (20 and older) starting an eligible program at least part-time
- Have applied for all other available aid
- Plan to earn a credential for a high-demand job
This program, as the name implies, is intended to cover any remaining gap between federal and state grants/scholarships and tuition and qualified fees. Credentials include postsecondary certificates, diplomas and associate degrees. Click this link for more information.
You can still find our scholarship page both on the new app and the new website under Boone high school- "parents and students". You can also follow the link below.
Our school district continues to be dedicated to keeping our students and staff healthy and safe so the following guidelines will continue:
•Mask mandate is still in effect!
• Continue to wear masks at all times in the hallways, classrooms and throughout the school. Many students are arriving at school without a mask. Parents, please ensure that your students come to school with clean masks to wear everyday.
• Masks may be removed while eating lunch.
•Students should not arrive at school too early prior to doors opening, as supervision of social distancing is not always possible.
•Encourage students and staff to continue good hand washing procedures and maintaining 3-6 foot distance.
•As of April 5th, students 16 or older are eligible to be vaccinated or obtain appointments for vaccination. Parents are encouraged to check with their health care providers if a student has preexisting conditions.
•If students develop symptoms, such as a low grade fever after vaccination, we would like them to stay home and isolate until side effects have resolved.
•It is difficult to tell if a student (unvaccinated) has allergy symptoms or Covid. The only way to know is to have them tested for COVID. A fully vaccinated person has a little more leeway. Consider testing if symptoms occur after close contact with a known positive exposure. Please forward COVID-19 test results to your student’s school nurse.
Do you want to get notified on the latest district news? Want to look up your child's lunch menu on your phone or tablet? Sign up for the district app! Easy to use with all the latest news right at your fingertips!
Boone CSD App and New Website Now Available!
The district website and all of the contents are still located at boonecsd.org
Teacher Request Form
Boone Hope Foundation
A Message from The Boone Hope Foundation Board: Our organization is dedicated to supporting students, staff, and families within our school district community! We provide assistance in emergency type situations relating to shelter, food, clothing, medical, and transportation. If you or someone you know is in need of our assistance, feel free to reach out via our website (https://www.boonehope.org), Facebook page, or you can also reach out to any Hope Foundation Board Member personally.