Sedgwick Public Schools USD 439

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  • Food Service Director

    USD 439 is accepting applications for a full-time Food Service Director. USD 439 is a school of 500 students just 15 miles north of Wichita. The district offers competitive wages and benefits package.  Please submit your application to the district by June 24, 2022.  Applications can be delivered to or mailed to the district office at 400 W 4th, Sedgwick, Kansas 67135.   Applications can also be emailed to Macie McGinn at macie.mcginn@usd439.com.

    The Classified Application can be found at this linkFor further information, call the USD 439 District Office, 316-772-5783. A full job description can be found here.

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  • 2022-2023 School Calendar

    Posted by Ryan Suppes on 5/9/2022

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  • Drivers Education

    Posted by Ryan Suppes on 2/9/2022

    DRIVER’S EDUCATION

     

    It’s that time again!  Students interested in taking Drivers Education, please sign up in the JH/HS office.  Class space is limited and on a first come, first serve basis.  To be eligible to take Drivers Ed, students must be age 14 on or before the first day of class.  Class begins on Monday, June 6th, and will end on Friday, June 17th.  There will be a Parent Meeting and Mandatory Student Test Night on Thursday, June 2nd, from 6:00-7:00 p.m.  The cost to take Drivers Ed is $75.00 and is due on or before May 1st (checks made payable to SHS).  

     

    We will be announcing this during our Morning Announcements for students.  If you are interested in your student taking Drivers Education this summer, please have your student sign up in the office, or contact Nancy Culp in the JH/HS office at 772-5155, ext. 3. 

     

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  • Changes in COVID-19 Protocols

    Posted by Larry Roth on 1/21/2022

    January 21, 2022

    Dear parents and guardians,

    As you are aware, the current surge in the Omicron variant is creating immense pressure on our schools and staff members as we work to keep classrooms staffed and in-person learning possible.

    To help alleviate some of the pressure on our schools, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE), along with the Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE), support schools implementing a 30-day temporary suspension on all contact tracing activities.

    What does this mean for you as parents and guardians? Beginning Monday, Jan. 24, our district will no longer notify families whose child may have been in contact, through classroom or extracurricular settings, with an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19.

    If you believe your child has been exposed to a positive case, either at school or elsewhere, please consider keeping your child home for five days after the exposure. After that, your child may resume normal activities but should wear a well-fitting mask around others indoors and outdoors for an additional five days. Have your child tested if they become symptomatic. Continue to monitor your child for symptoms of COVID-19 for 10 days after exposure.

    If your child is symptomatic, have him or her tested with a diagnostic test if available. Do not send your child to school if they are sick or if they test positive. Any student who tests positive for COVID-19 should stay home for at least five days and be fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medication before leaving home. After that, your child may resume normal activities but should wear a well-fitting mask around others indoors and outdoors for an additional five days. Please notify your school if your child tests positive.

    If you have any questions regarding this change to school contact tracing protocols, please contact Kathryn Mosiman (kmosiman@usd439.com). To learn more about this guidance change, visit COVID-19 Information.  Thank you for your continued support as we navigate this challenging time for our schools and communities. We will continue to keep you informed as guidance changes are announced.

    Sincerely,

    Larry Roth

    Superintendent of Schools

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  • COVID Protocol 1-24-22

    Posted by Larry Roth on 4/1/2021

    COVID Protocol 1-24-2022

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  • September Informer

    Posted by ryan Suppes on 9/2/2021

    The September Informer is here!  Please click the link below:

     

    September Informer - 2021

     
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  • Resolution to Exceed Revenue Neutral Rate

    Posted by Larry Roth on 9/2/2021

    Resolution to Excede Revenue Neutral Rate

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  • USD 439 2021-2022 Budget

    Posted by Larry Roth on 9/2/2021

    21-22 Budget

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  • PHYSICALS for Fall sports are due prior to Aug. 16.

    Posted by Diane Davison on 8/2/2021 10:20:00 AM
    **PHYSICALS for 2021-2022**
    Those planning to participate in JH/HS Football, Volleyball, Cross Country, Cheer & Dance, must have a new physical (dated after May 1, 2021) on file in the JH/HS office, prior to Aug. 16, 2021.
    Two clinics in Newton are offering $20 physicals - see the flyers enclosed.
    Please make sure to use the physical form (dated 2020) - link to form:
     
     
     
     
     
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  • USD 439 Bond Issue Information

    Posted by Larry Roth on 7/19/2021

    USD 439 Bond Issue Information

         ELECTION DAY - August 31st  - Polls Open at 7:00AM and cLose at 7:00PM

         Last Day to Register to Vote - August 10th by 11:59PM

         Online Voter Registration

         Bond issue Calendar of Events

    For More information go to www.usd439bond.com

     

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  • Time for Celebration

    Posted by Larry Roth on 4/20/2021

    As school year 2020-2021 draws to and end, I will be publishing information regarding activities occurring over the summer, programs to make up for academic loss over the past year, and facility improvements.   

    First, an update on happenings here at 439.  At the end of  today (April 20th), the Class of 2021 will have 13 days of the K-12 journey remaining.  Grades pre-K-11 will have 20 days remaining.  As I told someone just the other day, this has been the shortest, longest year of my career.  I am sure it has been for many of our students and faculty as well.  As a student, I always considered the last day of school as the third-best day of the year.  For many, I am positive the last day of the school year ranks at the top for 20-21.

    Our high school students recently completed a survey regarding the past year.  Two things were apparent.  They really like the new commons area and hate the masks.  I must say, your students have done an excellent job handling the trials of the past 13 months.  In fact, considering all the challenges that have been thrown at the world over the past year, our students' success are a reflection of their tenacity and the patience and support of their parents, educators, and community.

    We are at the time of the school year that includes many celebrations.  This is the time of year for field trips, prom, end of the year concerts, student award nights, eighth grade promotion and the pinnacle of all celebrations, Graduation.  Although these may still look a little different, we are very excited about being able to keep moving closer to normal.  My hope is that on May 20th, our pandemic journey at 439 will be nearing the finish line as our faculty concludes the academic year.

    We look forward to the celebrations in the last 20 days of the school year.  Thank you for everything you have done to get us where we are today.

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  • 439 Informer - April 2021

    Posted by Larry Roth on 4/7/2021

    The April Informer is here!  Please click the link below:

    439 Informer - April 2021

     

    439 Informer April 2021

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