06/12/20 MLSD Update
~MLSD is committed to keep us together and our bonds strong~
School districts across the state received guidance from the state superintendent that provides schools with the health and safety guidelines needed to begin planning for a safe fall return. We have provided the state superintendent’s guidance for your reference. This is very good news! As we look ahead to reopening schools for the 2020-21 school year, we are developing plans with the new guidance. With that your feedback is essential.
We are grateful for those of you that have already completed the survey. If you have not already done so we have included the survey links below which closes at midnight today, 06/12/20. Also, if you would like to make further comments please email us at covid-
Parent, Web-link Survey
To gather this information, we are asking that you take less than 10 minutes to complete this survey by clicking on the link below. If you have students in more than one building you are encouraged to complete the survey for each student.
Survey Link: https://www.research.net/r/medicallake-parent
Student, Web-link Survey
To gather this information, we are asking that your student(s) (Grades 4-12) takes less than 10 minutes to complete this survey by clicking on the link below.
Survey Link: https://www.research.net/r/medicallake-student
In closing, we appreciate your partnership, as we adapt to our new normal. “Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much.” ~Helen Keller
Superintendent of the Medical Lake School District
Thank you to everyone who participated in our emergency meal program. We will be moving to our summer meal program schedule beginning Monday, June 29. Families may pick up a lunch and breakfast bagged meal, Monday through Thursday, June 29 - August 13 at Hallett Elementary School from 11:45 am - 12:15 pm. Families can also check out the Pandemic EBT Emergency School Meals Program for additional assistance if needed (see attached flyer).
The guidance provides schools with the health and safety guidelines needed to begin planning for a safe fall return.
Press release from the State Superintendent Chris Reykdal regarding reopening of schools this Fall.