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Lunch Delivery

Lunch Delivery

On Monday, March 30th, Big Sandy ISD moved from providing "Grab and Go" lunches to providing meal delivery to student homes for the week. The district ran all bus routes......

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Donna Varnado , about 23 hours ago

We at Big Sandy ISD are missing our students, staff, and our families so very much! As Easter approaches, we want you to know that we are thinking of you ALL! Let's be strong, determined, courageous, and have faith! TOGETHER...we will get through this! We miss you all!!!

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Moriah Phillips , 4 days ago

Before social distancing, each person with #COVID19 spread the virus to 2.5 more people. At that pace, most would get it, and many more people would die. But we can slow the spread. That’s why we all #StayHome. #ApartTogether we slow Coronavirus.

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Moriah Phillips , 8 days ago

On Monday, March 30th, Big Sandy ISD moved from providing "Grab and Go" lunches to providing meal delivery to student homes for the week. The district ran all bus routes with drivers and their helpers leaving at 9:30. Any children 18 and under were eligible to receive the meals at no cost. The district launched a telephone campaign to assist parents in completing the necessary surveys. Over 300 students received breakfast and lunch for the week with over 3,000 meals being delivered to Big Sandy families. If anyone did not receive meals this week, but would like to be added to the list for next week, please email Joan Ford at jford@bigsandyisd.org. by Thursday, April 2nd, 2020 at 8:00 a.m. Big Sandy ISD would like to thank all of their families for their participation. Also, the district wanted to send a special "shout out" to the workers and volunteers that assisted in the successful launch of this new district initiative.

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Donna Varnado , 8 days ago

As announced yesterday, Big Sandy ISD will remain closed until May 4th based on Governor Abbott’s Executive Order. The district is committed to providing educational services through on-line resources as well as packets. Round two packets have been mailed to all families in the district that have children in Pre-Kindergarten through the twelfth grade. Packets include assignments through May 1st. Since students will miss direct instruction for a six week period, assignments are now required. This will help teachers to determine mastery of skills for our students. Beginning Tuesday, April 7th, the district will provide a “drop-off” for school work. Work may be dropped off in the container from 9:00-4:00 each Tuesday while school is closed. Secondary drop-off is in front of the high school. Elementary drop-off is in the “pick-up” area of the north end parking lot. Student work needs to be in the original envelope with the student name on the outside. We realize this is a difficult time for our families, but please know that we are committed to providing the necessary support and help to assist students in achieving success. Remember, all teachers are available to assist each school day from 7:35-3:45. Please do not hesitate to email them for additional assistance and support. Big Sandy ISD wants to send a huge “shout-out” and “thank you” to all of our families!

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