From the Watertown School District: The Governor has now closed schools for the remainder of the 19-20 school year. We will remain in our flexible learning environment and follow the approved calendar to finish this school year. All activities have now been canceled for the year as well. We are working on plans to still celebrate our graduating seniors and will let people know as soon as we have those plans formalized. Thank you again for supporting us in this unusual set of circumstances.
To: Watertown School District Families: Please know we are thinking of you these days. We appreciate all the help you have given us to keep education rolling. Please take a look at this link with a letter for an update on things going on at school. We are having another materials exchange on Monday, April 6 from 8-5 at all buildings. Have a great weekend! https://5il.co/emum
From the Watertown School District: Thanks again for your assistance on Monday with our materials distribution. Everyone's cooperation has been so good to see. Beginning on Monday, March 31, all schools will be available from 8 AM to 5 PM for homework turn in and materials exchange. We will do this each Monday, and this will be determined and communicated via buildings. I want to emphasize again the availability of a free lunch each weekday from 11:30-12:30 at all 5 elementary schools and the intermediate school. This is for any student ages 3-18 still enrolled at Watertown. Thank you for your help with homework, as we're all trying to make the best of the situation. Have a great weekend.
From the Watertown School District: Thank you for your cooperation with our materials handout on Monday. It went very well!! I also wanted to remind you of the free lunches available for K-12 students at all 5 elementary schools and the intermediate school each day. The Governor has asked all schools to close until Friday, May 1. We will remain closed to students until that time and continue to work with students through online means as we have already started. More communication will follow about turning in work and other learning elated items. All activities until May 1 will be postponed until we know more information.
From the Watertown School District: Governor Noem has declared no school throughout the state during the week of March 23-27. We have been working on alternative learning materials for all students. Please click on this link for a letter with more details about materials, free meals for all students, and free Internet access for families. https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/627317/Parent_Update_3-19-20.pdf We will continue to update you through the usual means as more details are known. Best wishes on the health and safety of your family.
From the Watertown School District: The Governor has announced another week of school closures for March 23-27. This means we will not have students physically attending school; however, we are working on alternative learning plans for the week at home. We are also working on a plan to offer school breakfast and lunch. More details to follow before the end of the day on Friday.
From the Watertown School District: Following the Governor’s recommendation to close schools for students the week of March 16-20, the Watertown School District will be closed. All facilities will be off-limits to students and the public beginning at 6:00 PM tonight until Monday, March 23rd. This will include practices as well as school activities and outside use of our facilities. Conditions will continue to be evaluated during this week in the event there would need to be a need for further closure to students and the public.
From the Watertown School District: It has come to our attention that a phony Facebook page is stating there is no school. That is false. There will be school in Watertown on Friday, March 13. Please watch for further updates from this account or the school webpage.
From the Watertown School District: The Watertown School District is having Kindergarten screening this Thurs. Mar. 12 & Fri. Mar. 13. If you have a child who turns 5 on or before Sept. 1, 2020, please call Garfield School at 605-882-6398.
From the Watertown School District: Please follow this link for information on the Coronovirus. https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/612500/Coronavirus.pdf
From the Watertown School District: The Watertown School District will start two hours late on Thursday, February 13. All morning practices and activities will also start two hours late.
From the Watertown School District: There will be no school on Wednesday, February 12. All activities will be postponed or canceled.
From the Watertown School District: We will be running two hours late on Friday, January 31. All morning activities and practices will also be two hours late.
From the Watertown School District: There will be no school on Friday, January 17. All activities will be postponed or canceled for Friday.
From the Watertown School District: Public meeting in the WHS Arrow Academy Room 307 to view the plans for a remodel of WHS. Session is on Thurs. Jan. 9 at 5:30 PM.
Happy New Year from the Watertown School District. A reminder that school will resume on Thursday, January 2nd.
From the Watertown School District: Public meeting in the WHS Library to view the plans for a remodel of WHS. 5:30 PM Thurs. Dec 5
Pay for your students meals through MealTime at no charge! Food service deposits will no longer be charged a processing fee for paying online. Go to MyMealTime.com to register. Contact your school for the required student code. Save time, pay online!
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