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Our Teaching & Learning Initiatives are dedicated to giving our students personalized learning opportunities based on each student’s unique needs and potential.

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Our Family & Community Initiatives put students first by giving students, their families & community members opportunities to engage & support our schools & each other.

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Our Technology Initiatives put students first by teaching them to use digital technology effectively while helping them develop skills as critical thinkers and problem solvers.

More Covid-19 Protocol Updates

Over the past three weeks, the Covid-19 protocols from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment as well as the Labette County Health Department have changed drastically. A majority of these changes can be reviewed HERE . However, we have been alerted to one more change we want to make the USD 506 community aware of.  If someone that is living in your home tests positive for Covid, the close contact quarantine . . .

Updated Covid Protocols

Over the past week the Labette County Health Department and the Kansas State Department of Health updated  Covid-19 protocols based on new CDC recommendations. USD 506 officials have been in close contact with the Labette County Health Department to make sure that our Covid-19 guidelines are up-to-date to help keep students and staff safe. The following updates have been made: 1. If you are unvaccinated and have tested . . .

Developmental Screening Scheduled For USD #506 Schools

Developmental screening will be available for all pre-school children from age 3 to age 5 who may be in need of special education and related services in Labette County School District. Screenings will be held on Friday, January 28, 2022, at the Early Childhood Preschools in Edna and Mound Valley. Vision, hearing, speech, and developmental screenings will be conducted for children from age 3 to age 5 at no cost. This free . . .

LCHS Student Receives $1,000 Grant for Corn Business

A $1,000 Plant Systems SAE grant has been awarded to Noah Wiley of Edna, Kansas by Seattle-based software and logistics firm, Barn-To-Door.  Noah owns and operates a sweet corn business that raises, markets and delivers over 1,000 dozen ears of sweet corn to individuals and businesses in Southeast Kansas and Northeast Oklahoma each year. SAE grants are designed to help FFA members create or expand Supervised . . .

School Safety Protocols Being Reviewed

Dear USD 506 Students, Staff and Family, USD 506 joins the rest of the nation as we mourn the loss of the students of Oxford High School in Oxford, MI. However, we must not lose sight that what happened in Oxford could very well happen in our state. Therefore, our district understands the importance of continued discussions that will make a difference in school safety and preparedness for our students, staff, . . .

ESSER III Funding Survey

(ESSER funds are federal funds available to all schools across the United States) Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief III (ESSER III) funds are being provided under the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act of 2021, Public Law 117-2, enacted on March 11, 2021. The purpose of ESSER III is to address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on students by mitigating learning losses, supporting social-emotional needs, and ensuring safe . . .

Test to Stay and Learn Plan Information

Onsite COVID Testing – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)     Why is the school district planning to conduct COVID-19 testing on-site? To ensure that our schools can provide the most normal school experience in the classroom with the least amount of disruptions. Students and staff with known exposure can continue in school with daily negative tests versus remaining . . .