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USD 504 schools will reconvene on April 6th by way of distance learning and/or educational packet delivered to students. If you have general questions about continued learning, please follow the corresponding procedure for the appropriate school.
• Neosho Heights students contact your teacher after April 6th. Teachers will notify students of their availability schedule prior to the 6th.
• Oswego Junior/Senior High School students call the office (620) 795-2125. Office hours for the remainder of the year will be 8:00 am - 11:30 am and 12:00 noon - 3:30 pm on the days that school was originally scheduled to be in session at the beginning of the school year.
• Service Valley Charter Academy students contact your teacher after April 6th. Teachers will notify students of their availability schedule prior to the 6th. If you are unable to reach your teacher, call the school office (620) 421-3449. Office hours for the remainder of the year will be 8:00 am - 11:30 am and 12:00 noon - 3:30 pm on the days that school was originally scheduled to be in session at the beginning of the school year.
• Central Board Office hours will keep their normal hours of operation from 7:30 am – 4:30 pm with limited staff.
Free Grab and Go Lunches Resume March 30
With the recent announcement of Kansas school buildings closing for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year, there have been some questions as to when students can retrieve their possessions from the Oswego-Service Valley school buildings.
USD 504 will be observing spring break as scheduled next week, March 23-27 and be open only to essential personnel with limited time in the building(s). On Monday, March 30th the schools will be open only for staff and administration to begin putting together a learning plan for the rest of the school year. This plan should be completed by April 6th and communicated to the students and parents/guardians of the students at that time. Oswego-Service Valley administrators and staff are working diligently on the structure of the plan. Please be patient as we all work through this unprecedented time.
It is important for everyone to continue to follow the health and safety guidelines set by the state and federal government. The district will be using these standards as a plan for continuing education and reopening the USD 504 buildings is made.
Yesterday, the Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA) cancelled all spring activities and festivals for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year.
The removal of those items from the school calendar DOES NOT imply that events currently remaining on the calendar have not or will not be cancelled. Many events will need to be cancelled and those cancellations come from different sources.
We realize that this is a difficult time for everyone. Please be patient as decisions are made by the many organizations and entities involved.
Free Grab and Go Kids Meals (breakfast and lunch)
Available for Pickup
March 18th, 19th & 20th
Closed for Spring Break
(Will resume March 30th if needed)
Locations: Neosho Heights Parking Lot, 100 Oregon, Oswego
AND Assembly of God Family Life Center, 1323 4th Street, Oswego
Time: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Available to anyone ages 1-18 years old.
For more information contact USD 504 Board Office 620-795-2126