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District Announcements
CSF Safe School Hotline
 CSF SAFE SCHOOLS HOTLINE

To promote student and staff safety, a Safe School Hotline has been established at (765) 659-6216 where school safety tips or information may be left anonymously.  

Please free free to call this number with a safety tip or information or contact the Education and Administration Center for further information.
School Announcements
WEATHER MAKE UP DAYS
School Board Approves Snow Make-Up Schedule
This schedule uses 1 waiver day for BR/GM students due to closure caused by broken water pipes.
 
The school corporation will use the following days as full school make-up days
  • January 20
  • February 17
  • April 18
  • May 29
  • May 30

The school year will be extended per the following as full school make-up days
  • June 2
  • June 3
  • June 4 – Last Day of School for Students

The following are last teacher work day and potential make-up days for future possible inclement weather
  • June 5 – Last Teacher Work Day, Potential Make-up Day
  • June 6 – Potential Make-up Day
 
Frankfort Senior High School Graduation will be moved 
  • June 7 at 10:00 am – FHS Graduation 
QUICK GUIDE TO SCHOOL NUTRITION PROGRAMS

 

Quick Guide to School Nutrition Programs 

In order to meet USDA standards, school food service directors must assure that their nutrition program follows Federal and State–set rules and requirements. To better support the foodservice staff, here are some key points about school nutrition programs that principals should be aware of:



Vegetable subgroups — Weekly minimum portions of dark green, red/orange, starchy vegetables and legumes are required at lunch. 

Discipline Policy – Students cannot be given an alternate meal as a method of discipline. This remains true even if the student is serving in-school suspension.

There are regulations pertaining to a la carte items, soda machines and fund-raising that must be followed.

Snacks- need to be eaten in school during the snack program and cannot be taken home.

Overt Identification- of kids who owe money, such as posted lists or loud announcements are not allowed.

Civil Rights Requirements – The ‘And Justice for All’ poster must be posted on the wall in the cafeteria. Also, the non-discrimination statement must be on all menus, as well as the school website.

Juice - cannot be a substitute for milk. 

Water- needs to be available in the lunchroom or close enough to be accessible for all students during lunch.

Breakfast- must be implemented in any public school that has at least 15% or more free and reduced eligible children.

 

*Failure to comply with these requirements could result in the loss of the National School Lunch Program at your school.



USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

PARENT POWERSCHOOL ACCESS

PARENT POWERSCHOOL ACCESS FROM YOUR MOBILE DEVICES

Click on the image below to download the free "PowerSchool for Parents" app from iTunes.  **Please note that the app will display last year's information until the first day of school.  As of Thursday, August 15th, the app will reflect your child's current schedule for the 2013-2014 school year.
PowerParent App

If you would prefer not to download the free app, you can still access "PowerSchool for Parents" on your mobile devices via your web browser (Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer etc) by clicking on the image below.
PowerSchool for Parents Website

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