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    Reminders about illness at School

    Please review the information below regarding viruses, policy guidelines for sending students home and returning to school, and prevention tips.

    COVID-19: Covid-19 symptoms may closely resemble other viruses and allergy symptoms. All students and staff will have temperatures check upon entering the building. Any student that has a temp of 100 or more will be sent home. A student may be monitored for additional symptoms if warranted. If you know that your student has been in direct contact with a Covid-19 positive case, you will need to contact Nurse Jami and await further instruction before your student can return to school. 

    STUDENTS WITH FEVER, VOMITING, DIARRHEA: Any student with a fever of 100 or more will need to be picked up from school. Any student who has had an episode of vomiting or diarrhea will need to be picked up from school.  The child is not to return to school until he or she has not had a vomiting or diarrhea episode for 24 hours, and or is fever-free for a minimum of 72 hours without the use of fever-reducing medication such as Tylenol (Acetaminophen) or Ibuprofen. If a parent discovers at home that a child has a fever, the same guideline applies. If a student returns to school within the initial 72 hour period, a parent will be notified that the student will need to be picked up from school. 

    Parent Teacher Conferences

    No school will be held on October 18 and 19. Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held on October 19 from 11 AM to 7 PM. Parents and teachers and staff together contribute to student success in school. Please come and visit with your student's teachers and forge a bond to make school the best it can be for your student.

    Advanced PE Student of the Month
    Macey Pond

    The September Advanced P.E. student of the month is Macey Pond. Students in Advanced P.E. earn daily points for winning team and individual competitions. Some of the events the Advanced P.E. class participated in were volleyball, eclipse ball, football 21, and disc golf. Congratulations Macey!

    South Haven Stay, Learn, and Play Plan for 2021-22 School Year

    The South Haven B0ard of Education, at their August 8 meeting, approved the guidelines for how school will be conducted during the 2021-22 school year regarding COVID-19 exposure. The guidelines are posted at the link below: 

    COVID Protocols at South Haven Schools

     

    Color Run Returns!
    color run information

    USD 509 has opening for  Baseball Coach

    See the announcement on the Employment Opportunities page of the website.

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    South Haven App

    The South Haven App is available for Android and iOS. Download Here:

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    Resources

     the Spotlight

    District Accountability Reports

    South Haven School Entrance

    Performance Accountability Report                                    KSDE Accountability Reports

    USD 509 District Performance Accountability Report 2019-20 (Prepared by KSDE)

    South Haven Elementary Performance Accountability Report 2019-20

    South Haven Secondary Performance Accountability Report 2019-20                       

    Financial Accountability Longitudinal Report 

    USD 509 Financial Accountability Report 2021 (Prepared by KSDE)

     

    To access reports for other districts in Kansas, use the KSDE Accountability Reports link. 

    Fast Facts

    Schools

    3

    Accreditation Status

    Fully Accredited

    District Assessed Valuation

    $10,917,002

    Enrollment

    213 PreK-12

    District Area

    150 Sq Miles

    Superintendent

    Employees

    44

    Out of District Students

    37%

    Board of Education