How to Raise Emotionally Healthy Children Online Workshop September 21, 22, 28, and 29, 6 - 7:30 p.m. Hopa Mountain invites you to join us for a free four-part online...
Native American Week 2020 at Wolf Point Jr/Sr High School is looking to be packed with amazing speakers and events.
JH/HS Parents/Guardians:Information is provided below on Internet options available for Distance Learning. Please contact Kim Hanks at 653-1200 ext. 401 with questions. ...
The district has issued a statement on the news section, please see urgent Plan B updates article dated Sept. 12, 2020 for information on COVID positive cases.
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September 12, 2020
On Sept.11, 2020, as of 5:00 p.m. the Wolf Point School District was notified that 7 individual(s) associated with the District had tested positive for COVID-19. This number is an ongoing number and it is not disclosed what stages they are in. The most recent positive test(s) have been confirmed as of 9/11/20 According to the Roosevelt County Health Department and Indian Health Services, the District’s staff and students were in contact with the individual(s) during the period of possible exposure. Since 9/11/20, the individual(s) has not been at the school. If any person associated with the District is at risk of exposure, the Roosevelt County Health Department and Indian Health Services 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 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 progressing to Plan B which includes a hybrid learning approach to include both virtual and onsite learning. The administration and athletic director have been trained by Indian Health Services as of 9/11/20 1:00pm how to properly quarantine staff and students when we receive a positive test result. Contact the building administrators for details about these measures. School officials will continue to monitor the situation and will provide further information if and when it becomes available. UPDATE: From this date forward the district will keep this newsletter feed on the website updated to indicate all active positive cases in the district.
The Junior High/High School has resumed all academic instruction as of Tuesday Sept. 8, 2020 in Plan B. If you need information about your student and their schedule or Opt-Out please contact Mrs. Hanks or Mr. Gourneau at 406-653-1200.
The Northside and Southside has resumed their academic instruction of Sept. 14, 2020. If you need information about your student and their schedule or Opt-out please contact Mrs. Gourneau at 406-653-1653.
-If you have already opted out your student, and you have questions about your students schedule contact the school this week for when your school is starting instruction in Student Opt-Out Option. UPDATE: If your student opts out, we strongly recommend they not participate in extracurricular events. However, if you as a parent/guardian would like the district to consider an exception to this rule, please email Loverty Erickson at email@example.com.
The school district will serve grades 1-12 lunch (breakfast the next day) in to-go meals drive-up only from the Multi-Purpose Room at the high school from 12:45-1:30 starting Sept. 14, 2020. You must have your student(s) present in the vehicle or have their ID number and/or birthdate. UPDATE: This applies to Sept. 2 & 3 and elementary days off only. If the school is back to academic instruction they will default to Plan B servings.
In Plan B (9/14) the school will serve lunch to students on days they are in school and days they are in virtual school. We will use the drive-up method for virtual days.
Should you have any questions or concerns about our safety procedures, please do not hesitate to contact the administrators. Thank you for your continued support of Wolf Point School District.
The district has contacted Roosevelt County health officials there are 3 adults, 6 students on the volleyball team who are contracted to a case and will be quarantined for 14 days. Due to this information the games will be cancelled immediately.
Starting on September 14, 2020, Opt-Out lunch curb-service will be from 12:45 until 1:30.