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Important Information Ahead of Spring Break

MARCH 26, 2020 - Today, we will begin a process of doing important updates every week  for parents to streamline communication. Spring Break is next week March 30-April 3 and our Distance Learning Plan begins for students on Monday, April 6.


Distance Learning 

Beginning Monday, April 6, 2020, our district will start distance learning. The distance learning model of delivery will continue to provide students with new learning while sustaining previous learning. Tasks will be meaningful and important to student learning goals and outcomes. Teachers will focus on setting up routines and structures to support students and families. Prior to the start of distance learning, please make sure you and your child can log on to SeeSaw (elementary students) and Canvas (secondary students).

The schedule for Quarter 3 and 4 are as follows:

  • April 6-9: End of Quarter 3
  • April 10: Teacher Grading Day - No Distance Learning
  • April 13: Grades for Quarter 3 posted, Quarter 4 begins (Distance Learning)

Click here to read our distance learning plan. We have also provided additional resources on our website, including how to talk to your kids about coronavirus,  learning at home guidance, and a sample schedule.


Mental Health Resources

We also understand that this may be a time of stress and anxiety for our students, parents and families. We will continue to provide mental health resources to students that need it during distance learning. Please note that during spring break, our staff may not be accessible. If you need immediate assistance, please call:

  • Scott County Crisis Services | Crisis Appointments (8:00-4:30 pm) 952-496-8481
  • Scott County Crisis Services | Crisis Mobile Services (24/7) 952-818-3702
  • Crisis Text Line (24/7) TEXT  741741
  • Crisis Support | LGBTQ+ (24/7) 866-488-7386 or text START to 678678 

We have also provided additional mental health resources on our website. Click here for additional information. 

Free Child Care for Essential Employees

The free child care service at Sun Path Elementary for essential employees will continue during spring break. Click here to see if you qualify and for more information on how to apply. If you have any questions, you may reach our essential child care staff at 952-697-8708. 


Food Delivery and Pick-up

Starting Friday, March 27, 2020 we are partnering with the Good To Go Kids program to distribute food backpacks filled with food for children to eat over the weekend. All children can pick-up food every Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at East Middle School. Children do not have to be pre-registered or have been registered during the school year. The program is open to all children every Friday. Food delivery at various locations throughout the district and food pick-up for all children at Shakopee High School will continue this week and during spring break (weekdays only). Click here for the list of detailed routes. All food programs will continue until further notice.


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