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Superintendent's Update 3/27/2020

Superintendent's Update 3-27-2020

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Cafeteria Food Orders Link

Please use the following link to order cafeteria food delivered for your children - one meal per student per day. If you will be picking up your child's meals, there's no need to fill out the form.  https://drive.google.com/open?id=1mPU7m5M_-3H2cDVs6C4M6RvpM7rJz3NYvYYGmyJrBr8    

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School Closure Update

School Closure Update 3-16-2020

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ROCTE Letter to Parents Concerning COVID-19

ROCTE Informational Letter to Parents

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Midstate Letter to Families 3-16-2020

Midstate Letter to Families 3-16-2020

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Employment Opportunities

South Fork Schools Employment Opportunities   Certified Faculty / Administration: Teacher - Science - High School Teacher - Math - Grades 6-12 ESP / Non-Certified / Paraprofessional Staff: None at this time Extracurricular Openings: None at this time

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Board Meeting Information

  The South Fork School District Board of Education meets on the third Wednesday of each month at 6:30 pm in the South Fork Junior High School library located at 612 Dial Street, Kincaid, IL. Community members are welcome to attend the general session. For more information, please contact the district administration at (217) 237-4331.   . . .

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Homeless Liaison

The McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act allows schools and local agencies to remove barriers that otherwise might prevent children living in temporary housing from receiving quality educational services. For more information on the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act, please contact the District Homeless Liaison listed below.   Mrs. Pembrook South Fork School . . .

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Freedom of Information Act

Access to District Public Records Full access to the district’s public records is available to any person as provided in the Illinois Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) policies and procedures. Requests must be made in writing and may be submitted in person at the district office, by email, by fax, or by postal mail. For more information, please contact the district FOIA officer listed below.   Freedom of Information . . .

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