Do You Suspect Abuse or Maltreatment? Report it Now! Call our Statewide Toll Free Telephone Number: 1-800-342-3720
If you are deaf or hard of hearing, call TDD/TTY at: 1-800-638-5163 or have your Video Relay System
provider call: 1-800-342-3720
If you believe that a child is in immediate danger, call 911 or your local police department.
This letter is serves as a summary of CoVid positive cases reported to our District over the course of the spring break period. There was a total of five cases: four middle school students and one elementary school student. Based upon the information we’ve received, READ MORE
Enhanced P-EBT Benefits may be distributed as part of the new relief plan – BUT ONLY if they know who is in need. School meals are FREE but school meal applications are still important, they can help you get P-EBT benefits to purchase food for your family if your child qualifies free or reduced price meals. READ MORE
Exactly one year ago today, I wrote to advise you we’d be closed for two days to be able to clean and work on our emergency plan on what to do if we were to have a CoVid-19 case in our school. Little did I, or any of us, know, that we would not reopen our doors to students again that school year. The early days of the pandemic were very long, very scary, and everyone was trying to cope with what was happening in their household, across the community, and around the world. Every single GWLUFSD employee did the best they could in those days, weeks, and months that followed. READ MORE
On March 9th, based on a diagnostic test, a member of the 12-month District staff tested positive for COVID-19. There are no first contacts in District associated with this case. Each positive case serves as an important reminder that we can help stop the spread by following the guidance of the state and local health departments. The most important things you can do: READ MORE
Late yesterday evening, the District learned that a member of the 12-month District staff tested positive for COVID-19 based on diagnostic tests. First contacts of this individual have already been notified. Each positive case serves as an important reminder that we can help stop the spread by following the guidance of the state and local health departments. The most important things you can do: • Make sure your child is wearing a mask. • Make sure your child washes hands frequently. • Keep your child home if they are sick. • Call your primary care provider if you or your child has symptoms.