We have had a few questions about how we will get items out from our Big Kahuna fundraiser. The original delivery date was April 15th, but our representative from Big Kahuna suggested we aim for the first week in May. We have several different options in mind to get items out to families including pick-up at the campus, or pick up at a Grab & Go lunch location, and will continue to keep you updated as we finalize plans for delivery.
IT TAKES ALL OF US TO SAVE LIVES! If we work together, fewer of our friends and family will be affected by the coronavirus. Hospitals won’t be overloaded and lives will be saved.
In accordance with the Governor’s executive order, the Burnet CISD school closure has been extended through Sunday, May 3, with a planned return of staff on Monday, May 4 and students on Tuesday, May 5. The school closure includes the cancellation of all UIL events, extracurricular activities, rentals, and school events during the same period. We will continue to monitor all available information (including Burnet County’s Stay-in-Place Order), and make adjustments to the scheduled school closure as needed for the safety and well-being of our students, staff, and community. I appreciate your patience and support as we navigate this challenging time as a community, state and nation.
Grab & Go Meals will continue each week of the school closure, and families will continue to receive instructional continuity instructions from their child’s campus.
Today we begin our distance learning journey- welcome to Distance Dawgs! We know this is a new way of doing the business of school, and we are committed to working alongside you as we continue teaching and learning during school closure.
Burnet CISD will be providing Grab & Go Meals for children 18 and under during the District's closure due to COVID-19. Meals will be handed out from 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. daily. A breakfast and lunch will be handed out together. Per federal guidelines, children under 18 must appear in-person during specified times for meal pick-up. However, to ensure health and safety, families should remain in vehicles during the Grab & Go pickup. Please click the above heading for location information and to reserve your meal(s) to assist in the District's planning.
Shady Grove Parents,
The American Heart Association visited our campus today during PE!
Our students got to meet Alexa – a true Heart Hero – and were asked to do a few things to make themselves, their family and community healthier. They also met the Heart Heroes, and learned how they are part of the solution: We’re all born to make a difference. Look for envelopes, and a cool coloring sheet that can be “brought to life” if they download the Kids Heart Challenge App!
To learn more about the American Heart Association, or to make a donation, just click here: www.heart.org/KHC
Conversation Prompt: What did you learn in today’s assembly? How has heart disease and stroke affected our family?