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Weekly Gating Criteria-BIG NEWS!

BIG News!

Reno County is in the YELLOW Zone for the week 2/22/21.   This is the first time since September that we have been in the YELLOWZone.

Flex Learning Monday and Tuesday

Due to the extreme wind chills and expected snowfall, USD 313 will have remote learning days on Monday and Tuesday (February 15-16). Breakfast and Lunch will not be served. A decision on activities will be made by 11:00 each day.

Reno County Gating Criteria Update

Exciting News! 

Reno County is in the ORANGE Zone for the week 2/15/21.   This is the first time since the beginning of Oct. 20th that we have been in theORANGE Zone.

Impending Weather Update

Looking at the forecasted wind chills Monday and Tuesday, we are sending devices home with elementary students Friday (tomorrow).  If the forecast holds, we will move into remote learning days on Monday and Tuesday.

Regular Board Meeting on Monday

The regular February board meeting is scheduled for Monday at 6:00 pm. The agenda is attached.

If you plan to attend, please remember that social distancing and masks are required in all USD 313 buildings.

Weekly Gating Criteria

Each Friday the Reno County Health Department releases the 14 day PTR (positive test rate) and the 14 day new case average.  If we stay on this downward trend we could be in the Orange Zone next week, this will be the first time since the beginning of October, 2020.

Preschool Application Clinics Coming Up!

Buhler elementary schools all offer free half day preschool for 3 and 4 year olds and low cost child care. Half day child care is called Shining Stars, and Cares Club is available for before and after school hours.

Weekly Gating Criteria Update

Each Friday the Reno County Health Department releases the 14 day PTR (positive test rate) and the 14 day new case average. The data released dictates the gating criteria color we follow for the coming week. There has been quite a decrease in cases in the county, however, we are still at very high levels compared to when school started in Aug. / Sept.
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