School is almost back in session! To get you ready for the first day here is all you need to know before your child heads back to District 123.
Grade 1-8: First Day of Student Attendance is August 18, 2021 - Students will be dismissed at 11:30am.
Kindergarten: First Day of Student Attendance is August 20th - 8:30AM-3:30PM (Full Day)
- Covington, Hometown, Hannum, Kolmar, and Sward Families will have the opportunity to drop off supplies to their child‚ classroom beginning on Tuesday, August 17th between 12:30pm-2:00pm or 6:00pm- 7:30pm (teacher may not be present for the second session.)
- OLHMS Families Supply Drop Off: Tuesday, August 17th from 2:00-3:30PM and 6:00-7:30 PM (teacher may not be present for the second session.)
Health & Safety:
The Preliminary Pandemic Health and Safety Plan for the 2021-22 school year can be found at: d123.org/pandemic-health-and-safety-plan-2021-2022 Specific plans and protocols regarding individual school procedures and protocols can be directed to the school principal. Please continue to read all communications from you individual schools.
You can find our contact information for all D123 schools at: d123.org/contact.
Back to School Extravaganza
- August 21st from 11:00am-1:30pm at OLHMS
The returning student registration link is currently disabled, all returning students have been re-enrolled automatically however if you received a letter asking for more documentation please¬†contact the registrar Nicole Mottl at email@example.com
Class Assignments and Bus Route Information:
All classroom and teacher assignments will be available in Skyward Family Access on Wednesday, August 11th at noon. Bus routes will also be available in Skyward Family Access at the same time. We are asking all families to double-check your bus route the day before school starts as we are still adjusting routes.
School supply needs for each school are posted below. Click the link below to see what your child needs for the first day of school.
Student Device Insurance:
Student device insurance protects the device against accidental damage, screen breakage, theft, fire, flood, natural disasters, power surge and vandalism. The device insurance policy will provide full replacement cost coverage and will protect the item worldwide (on and off school grounds) for $25/year. Additionally, the policy will be transferred to any replacement device that your child may be issued. Without insurance D123 families are fully responsible for the costs associated with the repair/replacement of the device. Insurance coverage is for the device only. Insurance coverage does not extend to the case or the charger. Families of students in all grade levels can sign up for this insurance program by adding the optional ‚ÄúStudent Device Insurance‚Äù fee through Skyward Family Access. Additional information about the student device insurance program and required deductibles can be found at: STUDENT DEVICE INSURANCE