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Dear families,
Central Schools needs your help with our REOPENING SCHOOLS PLAN for the next school year. We are still collecting information that will guide what changes and precautions we take. It should take less than five minutes. If you already answered this survey, you don’t have to fill it out again, but please share. Thank you for your help. We hope to see you soon. Survey closes on Monday, July 13.

State officials have notified Central Consolidated Schools of a delay in getting families nutritional assistance through the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) card, a one-time monetary assistance that provides nutrition benefits to all families who have lost access to free or reduced-price school meals, because schools are closed. Eligible students and families will receive money on a new or existing EBT card to help fill the school meals gap.
Originally scheduled to go out in June, P-EBT cards will be issued and mailed out the week of July 6. State officials estimate all cards will have reached families by mid-July. The card will be mailed in the name of the oldest child who qualified for free or reduced-price lunch and participated in the National School Lunch Program. Siblings who also qualified will have their benefits loaded onto the same card. The hotline number for assistance is (800) 843-8303.

On June 23, the NM Public Education Department released a Reentry Guidance –a phased approach to reentering schools. You can see a copy here. Central Consolidated Schools is working on specific plans for our district and will release them shortly. We will keep you updated.

Central Consolidated School District is sponsoring a Grab & Go meal service in Kirtland, Ojo, Shiprock, Newcomb, Naschitti areas, from June 1 to August 5, 2020. We will be closed on July 3, 2020. Enjoy delicious and nutritious meals with us on the dates and times below!

Menus include a wide variety of great entrees, fresh fruit and vegetables, juice, and milk. Free meals are available to all children, 1-18 years old, and no registration or application is needed. Children must be personally present at the distribution site to receive meals. There will be no eating meals at school. Also, please continue to observe safety and social distancing guidelines, as well as precautions with food after you receive your mealsFor more information about the food service program, contact the CCSD Food Service office at (505) 598-5966. Locations, dates, and serving times may change without notice.Summer Food Service Program Press Release Schedule

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Board of Education Work Session
July 16, 2020 | 1:00 p.m. | [Press Release] [Agenda]
Board of Education Regular Meeting
July 21, 2020 | 1:00 p.m. | [Press Release] [Agenda]
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