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Pocatello-Chubbuck school board announces plans

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POCATELLO, Idaho (KIFI/KIDK)-The Pocatello-Chubbuck School Board met in special session Saturday to begin to lay out future plans for the school system.

As of now, the board is asking all building personnel to return to buildings on April 2-3 to prepare for learning content preparation. Administrators will contact staff members with specifics.

Grab and go breakfast and lunch distribution will begin March 30. It will run indefinitely from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday. Children do not need to be present to receive meals. Find out where to pick up meals here.

Then, school will resume on Monday, April 6 via remote learning services online and through instructional packets.

Plans are being developed to distribute Chromebook devices to those in need on Monday, April 6. Pickup times with specific instructions will be e-mailed to parents by April 3.

Compensation for District permanent and part time staff will continue as scheduled.

Staff at the Education Service Center will resume daily operations on March 30 on limited hours and will be available to answer phone calls and e-mails. A drop box is available in the foyer of the building to leave or pickup materials.

See all the specific details here.

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  1. Sad state of the USA when parents can no longer take care of the needs of their own off-spring and they want all others to pay. Don’t have them if you cannot feed them, purchase their required school needs, etc.

    1. I know right! A record 3.3 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits as the coronavirus slams the U.S. economy. I say we just late term abort all of those useless lazy communists kids! USA! USA! USA! MAGA!

    2. I believe it is the sad state of the world and US that has contributed to the need to help one another.
      In this case and time, if you can’t say anything nice, perhaps don’t say anything at all.

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