All three schools in the NCOE District CUSD #3 have seen a decrease in the number of remote learners since the beginning of the school year with more students returning to in person learning. The principals reported that all three schools planned to hold parent teacher conferences this week through phone calls, Google meet, or emails. [Read more...]
NCO third graders helped celebrate Constitution Week by coloring pictures of colonial children waving the flag. The poem reads: “Hip Hip Hooray! It’s Constitution Day. I’m proud to be a citizen of the USA!”
The DAR thanks teachers Sharla Barton and Heather Smith for helping the Michael Hillegas Daughters of the American Revolution celebrate the day despite the COVID crisis.
Wednesday night’s NCOE school board’s meeting saw an uncommon number of teachers in attendance, as Superintendent Matt Vollman had sent out an email inviting the faculty to attend for a public comment period to give the board some idea of how the Covid-19 procedures are working and if any improvements could be made. [Read more...]
The NCOE CUSD#3 board on Wednesday night debated the various Covid-related situations that might be encountered once schools go back to in person sessions next week and exactly how they might be handled by the teachers and administration. As all measures will be taken that possibly can be to minimize any potential outbreak and keep everyone safe, it is hoped that it will be enough. [Read more...]