MSD Wabash County

August 2021

WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL

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On August 10, students once again filled the classrooms of the traditional MSDWC schools! During the summer months, MSDWC stayed busy celebrating successes, connecting with the community, and making improvements to our buildings.

SUMMER FOOD PROGRAM

This summer MSDWC offered a Summer Food Program. The program provided weekly meals free of charge for children ages 1-18. Over the course of the summer, 10,560 breakfasts and 10,560 lunches were served, totaling 21,120 meals! Thank you to our wonderful Food Services team for making this possible.

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Lunch and Breakfast Menus

*Due to supply shortages with our vendors and manufacturers, please consider all meals "Subject to Change" for the time being.

CAR PROGRAM GETS A NEW NAME

The Credit Alternative Recovery (CAR) Program went through a rebranding process this summer. This decision was made to rename the program "Bridge", in an effort to simplify as well as to better portray the vision of the program within its name. The overall program and mission remain the same - to maximize the potential of all students by establishing a learning environment that supports resiliency, flexibility, self-advocacy, and a passion for lifelong learning.


As of June 15, 2021, the Bridge program had served over 500 students from across 44 counties and assisted 83 students in achieving their high school diplomas during the 20-21 school year.

School Transportation Info

The MSDWC Transportation Team has provided several helpful resources to our community. Check out their section of the website to see school drop-off/pick-up traffic maps, learn about bus safety and even meet our school bus drivers.

DISTRICT TEACHERS & STAFF OF THE YEAR

The day before students returned to school, MSDWC teachers and staff gathered together to kick off the new year. During this time, the recipients of three important awards were recognized. Southwood Elementary's Teresa Baker was honored as the District Staff Member of the Year, Sharp Creek Elementary's Pam Cambell earned the honored of the District Elementary Teacher of the Year, and Northfield's Shelly Myers was named the District High School Teacher of the Year. Myers was also named in the Top 25 list of Indiana Teachers of the Year.

DISTRICT INFORMATION

BOARD MEETING INFORMATION

MSDWC Board Meeting Agenda & Minutes


** Board Meetings are streamed LIVE on our Facebook page and later published on our YouTube Channel **

MSD Wabash County


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