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Scott 2 e-Learning Week Update

We appreciate everyone's patience and understanding during these very trying times for our country and our citizens.

Students will utilize e-Learning or Alternative Educational Methods during the week of March 16 through March 20.

You will receive or may already have received a School Messenger call from your student's school pertaining to the how-to acquire the lessons/activities online or in the event that you do not have wifi the printed materials. Printed materials should be available in the front office or we can arrange for them to be delivered if necessary.

If you have any trouble, questions, or just need help please contact your child's school next week. For now, our staff will report to our buildings next week. The dedicated, uninterrupted office hours for the teaching staff at each building are 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Teachers should be available by phone or email.

In an effort to still provide meals for our students, our kitchen staff will work to prepare Grab-n-Go meals for both breakfast and lunch. These are meals that can be picked up at drive up food stations just outside of the buildings. A more detailed map will be available later this weekend showing the exact locations at each school. For each elementary school, it will be near the vicinity of the current car rider pick up line. At Scottsburg Middle School, it will be on the west side of the campus (bus pick up line) between the Cafeteria and the West Gym. At Scottsburg High School, the Grab-n-Go pick up will be located on the south side of campus near the entrance located by the dumpsters.

In order to meet federal accountability guidelines, students must be present at the time of the food pick up. Additionally, as of right now, student names will be recorded just as we would do if in regular school. Indiana has applied for a USDA waiver with the Federal Government to allow us to handle this food distribution as we do for the Summer Feeding Program. At this time, that waiver is not yet approved. If and when it is approved, we will let you know of any necessary changes

Breakfast Grab-n-Go--- 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
Lunch Grab-n-Go-- 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

I believe that is all for now. I plan to send out a district School Messenger call sometime Sunday afternoon or evening to remind everyone of some of these highlights and also any weekend updates/changes per further guidance.

Again, thank you all for your understanding and patience. I personally do not recall a time like this in my lifetime and these are unchartered waters for many of us. Working together, we will get to the other side of this crisis that we currently face and hopefully we will all be stronger by the bonds we form by working together to help each other out.

If you have any immediate questions, feel free to post them on here and we will work to get them answered for you.

God Bless You All!

Marc Slaton, Ed.D.
Scott County School District 2

Scott County School District 2 is one of the premier school systems in Southern Indiana, featuring some of the top rated schools in the state.  We are located in Scott County.

Here is what we believe at Scott County School District 2:

  • Involvement in the arts provides better skills in math, reading, cognitive ability, critical thinking, and verbal skills. The arts improve motivation, concentration, confidence, and teamwork.
  • Our community of learners create and collaborate in a tech-rich environment where all kids have access to mobile devices.
  • Our schools offer opportunities for students to learn the values of teamwork, individual and group work, physical competition, diversity, and a sense of community.
  • Our alumni are the true testament to the success of our schools.  Their commitment to their families, communities, and careers is important to us.
  • Our parents have the ability to monitor and encourage the success of their students through 24/7 connectivity

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