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  • Kinder

    Kindergarten Registration Open

    Online Enrollment is open from now until February 28th.

    Caldwell County Schools is now registering kindergartens for the 2021-2022 school year.  All forms are available and should be completed for enrollment prior to the beginning of school.  

     

    To register click:  Registration is online now. 

    More information click: Preschool Website.

     

    Whitnel Elementary School

    Rising Kindergarten Enrollment

     

    *All children who plan to enter Kindergarten next year need to complete the enrollment process online.

     

    Steps to Enroll your child:

    Step 1: click on this link caldwellschools.com

    *Choose Enrollment Icon on front page

    *Follow directions to create an account

    Step 2: Complete enrollment form online

    Step 3: Log back into your account to accept your child’s seat (24 hours later)

     

    Online Enrollment is open from now until February 28th.

     



     

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    A Reminder of the Daily Screening Guides. Thanks for all you are doing!!!!

    COVID Symptom Screening

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  • School Lunch

     Please Fill out a Free or Reduced Lunch Application for the 2020-2021 school year. 

    Lunch K-5 $2.35

    Breakfast Prices:  K-8 $1.00

    Reduced Lunch:  K-12 FREE

    Reduced Breakfast:  K-12 FREE

    Attached is the link for the free and reduced lunch application for the 2020-2021 school lunch application. Please complete the application as soon as possible because they can be processed now. Thanks!

    It's easy to start...just click on the red link below

    20-21 Free/Reduced School Lunch

     

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    After a year of limited in-person access to schools, middle and high school students have returned to in-person school four days a week under the state’s Plan A, due to adjustments made by the Governor’s office amending the social distancing requirements to allow full utilization of classroom space for all students enrolled. Most other safety protocols, such as mask wearing and sanitizing facilities, continue to be in place.

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  • CCS Character Education Program

    The districtwide Character Education representatives who exemplified cooperation, the character education trait of the month for March, were recognized by the Board of Education at the School Board meeting in April.

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  • Real World Lessons Delivered Virtually

    Students in eighth grade got a real-world glance at careers, financial security, and household responsibilities through an online version of the Reality Store. The experience introduced students to life choices through a simulation of outcomes created by their own career selection, living expenses, and priorities.

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  • Students Discover More Wit and Wisdom

    Giving students a deeper understanding of content and developing their skills to become successful readers, critical thinkers, and effective communicators are the outcomes that teachers are identifying with in the Wit and Wisdom curriculum being introduced in elementary and middle schools across the district.

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