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2020 Census Information

2020 Census Information

 


If you have children in your home, make sure they are counted in the right place for the 2020 Census. To get an accurate population count, we must count all children, even babies born on or before April 1, 2020. (Don't count children born on April 2, 2020 or later.)

- Count children in the home where they live and sleep most of the time, even if their parents don't live there.

- If a child's time is divided between more than one home, count them where they stay most often. If their time is evenly divided, or you don't know where they stay most often, count them where they are staying on Census Day - April 1, 2020.

- If a child's family (or guardian) is moving during March or April 2020, count them at the address where they are living on April 1, 2020.

- Count children in your home if they don't have a permanent place to live and are staying in your home on April 1, 2020, even if they are only staying with you temporarily.

- Count newborn babies at the home where they will live and sleep most of the time, even if they are still in the hospital on April 1, 2020.




















COVID-19

The ongoing spread of COVID-19 in our region requires school districts to be flexible and make decisions that are in the best interest of public health. In consultation with health department officials, Spokane R-VII will extend the closure of our schools through Friday, April 24, 2020.  This decision was made to help flatten the curve and prevent the spread of COVID-19 to staff, students, and the community.

 

The extended closure impacts all extra- and co-curricular activities, including athletic competitions, practices and after-school programs and events.


Our district recognizes that this decision  will have a wide-reaching impact on many people and is committed to providing learning opportunities at home and other essential services for students, families and communities during this extended closure.

 

As this unprecedented situation continues to evolve, additional modifications may be necessary. As decisions are made, we will share information through our regular communication channels.

 

Families play an important role in protecting individuals from the spread of COVID-19 and are encouraged to follow the guidance of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Della Bell-Freeman, Ed.D.
Superintendent, Spokane R-VII
PO Box 220
Highlandville, MO 65669
417-443-2200

Virtual School Clinic

VIRTUAL CLINICS IN SCHOOLS

Bringing the Right Care to Our School



Several health conditions can be treated through our Virtual Clinic without your child leaving school.
These include, but aren’t limited to:


• Bug bite         • Pinkeye

• Congestion • Rash or skin irritation

• Ear infection • Sinus infection

• Head lice • Stomach flu

• Minor injuries • Strep throat SPONSORED


We’ve partnered with CoxHealth to bring a Virtual Clinic to our school. With Virtual Clinics in Schools, your child has access to great health care without leaving campus when they get sick during school hours.


During your child’s visit, they’ll meet with a licensed physician or nurse practitioner using state-of-the-art video conferencing equipment at school. If you can’t be with them during the visit, you can join the conference using your mobile device, minimizing disruptions to your daily schedule. 


To participate, complete the Consent to Treat form and return it to the nurse’s office or your child’s homeroom teacher.


The first Virtual Clinic is housed at the Spokane Middle School. We hope to have a second one housed at Highlandville Elementary in the future. Parents can transport their elementary children to the Middle School for services.


We can begin seeing patients at the Virtual Clinic on January 27th

The hours of the clinic are: 8:30am to 3:00pm


Click on the link to learn more about Virtual Clinics in School FAQ


Informational Video Link - https://youtu.be/WgIJdeIhL6s


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We believe every student deserves encouragement, resources, and respect as they attempt to summit their life's peak. At the Spokane Public School District, our mission is to guide every student to reach their utmost potential and help them become who they dream to be.

Spokane School District

Helpful Links


2020 - 2021 School Calendar: Board approved 2020 - 2021 School Calendar

Courage2Report: Have the courage to report and make a difference!


Inclement Weather 2019-2020: Please click on the link for Information about inclement weather procedures. 

2019-2020 Bus Routes: All the Bus Routes for the district

FEMA Shelter Letter to Community: FEMA Shelter Letter to the Community 2019

2019 - 2020 School Calendar: Board approved 2019 - 2020 school calendar

Get Connected!: Spokane Public Schools Communication Outlets

SwiftReach: Christian County Mass Notification System

Chalkable Parent Portal: Login page to the Student Information System



Library Program: Login page to the district-wide library program

Spokane School Policies:Online access to Spokane School District  policies and procedures

Missouri School Board Association: Online access to the Missouri School Board Association webstite



The Spokane R-VII School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, sex,. disability, or age in its program and activities, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:

Superintendent
PO Box 220
Highlandville, MO 65669
Phone: 417-443-2200