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Stanford School Daily Announcements Tuesday, November 24, 2020 -Thank you to all students and staff that helped deliver meals to veterans in our community...
Ski/Snowboard club will have their first trip on December 11. There are pamphlets and signup sheets in Mr. Vonbergen’s office on Monday. Those need to be filled out with checks included (made out to Stanford School) no later then December 3rd. I HAVE to give the roster to Showdown on the 4th. The signup sheet will ask the level of hill the student mostly skis well (green, blue, black). This will help me and showdown with the lessons. Students must take lessons. They are fee and that is what this club is all about, advancing our skills. A bus will be taking us up there, but you are more than welcome to drive up yourself. I am hoping to have 1 parent to 5 students if possible. Chaperones will have a discount too, but I am limiting it to the amount of studen:parent ratio. Please call/text Billie Jo Holzer at 350.1072 with any questions.
Message from the Superintendent
November 8, 2020 5:00 PM
Due to COVID concerns and inclement weather, Stanford Schools will be closed to students on November 9, 2020. Teachers will utilize the day to prepare for a remote learning only environment for all students from November 10-16, 2020. Teachers will be in contact with their students regarding their schedules and assignments. Lunch and breakfast will be available for students at the school for pickup starting on November 10 and will be available Monday through Friday this week and the following Monday, November 16. Please notify Heidi in the office by 9:00 AM each morning so we may have an accurate count. There is no charge for lunch and breakfast for our students. It is our plan to return to full onsite instruction for all students and staff on Tuesday, November 17, 2020. In the meantime if you have any questions, feel free to contact me. We appreciate your understanding and patience as we work through these challenging times.
Brad A. Moore
Press Release- Stanford Public Schools
November 7, 2020- 8:00 PM
On November 6, 2020, the Stanford School District was notified that a student had tested positive for COVID-19. The positive test was confirmed on November 7, 2020. According to the Central Montana Health District, the District’s staff and students were in contact with the student during the period of possible exposure. However, the student last had person-to-person contact with fellow students/staff at 11:45 AM on Monday, November 2, 2020, (4) four days prior to the student’s diagnosis. Since November 2, 2020, the student has not been at the school.
If any staff or students are at risk of exposure, the Stanford School District will be in contact with that person to determine a safe and appropriate course of action. It is still recommended that any person who feels sick or ill, seek out their medical provider for specific instructions. The School District is in contact with the Central Montana Health District and reviewing the Centers for Disease Control guidance to complete cleaning the school and other related facilities as needed. Contact Superintendent Brad Moore for details about these measures. School officials will continue to monitor the situation and will provide further information if and when it becomes available. Please monitor the school webpage at www.stanfordmtschool.com and their Facebook page for updates as the circumstances may change quickly.
Brad A. Moore
Vance Van Bergen
Just a reminder,
If you would like to attend the JHBB games in Stanford on Saturday, we are only allowing attendance/tickets of 4 per uniformed player. These are part of the COVID attendance set by District 8C. We are not mandatory mask for fans in Stanford currently but please be aware this can change any day.
UPDATED November 1, 2020- 7:00 PM
PRESS RELEASE FROM STANFORD PUBLIC SCHOOLS
On October 31, 2020, the Stanford School District was notified that a staff member had tested positive for COVID-19. The District’s staff and students were in contact with the staff member during the period of possible exposure. However, the staff member last worked and had person-to-person contact with fellow students and staff at Stanford Schools on Wednesday, October 28, 2020, three (3) days prior to the staff member’s diagnosis. Since October 29, 2020, the staff member has not been at the school. In consultation with the Central Montana Health District the Stanford School District is contacting any student or staff member who may have been in contact with the staff member. On November 1, 2020 the Stanford School District was notified of another staff member that had tested positive for COVID-19. That staff member has not been in the school building since the 21st of October. It is still recommended that any person who feels sick or ill, seek out their medical provider for specific instructions. The School District is in contact with the Health Department and reviewing the Centers for Disease Control guidance to complete cleaning the school and other related facilities. The other steps taken by the School District include the continued implementation of our cleaning protocols and encouraging staff and students to continue to wear masks even when the county is not under a mask mandate. School officials will continue to monitor the situation and will provide further information if and when it becomes available. During these times when we have staff or students test positive for COVID-19 the district is doing everything in its power to keep the staff and students safe. We may see periods of remote learning and/or quarantines of students and staff. These all put a great deal of stress and pressure on the staff and parents and we ask for your understanding and patience as we are doing what we can to keep our school open and our students and staff safe. As of November 1, 2020 we plan to have normal school classes on Monday, November 2, 2020 with the exception of small pods of students and staff entering remote learning due to quarantine measures due to exposure to staff. Please monitor all our media outlets for changes as changes may occur rapidly. Contact Superintendent Brad Moore for details about these measures and once again we thank you for your understanding and patience as we work through these challenging times.