This week's edition of The BUZZ has information about kindergarten round-up, recognizes our athletes awarded 1st team all-conference, and shares next week's sports schedule. Have a great weekend! https://www.smore.com/vmp8j
9 months ago, Rebecca Hutchinson
On Monday, we will resume our regular K-12 schedule. We will still be short a few drivers, so the bus routes are under development. The schedule will be sent out tomorrow. The bus will be more full than normal with longer ride times on Monday, but we are excited to have everyone back!
9 months ago, Rebecca Hutchinson
The  ES bus routes for Tuesday and Thursday can be found in the following link.  https://drive.google.com/file/d/1AEKSuwBpbaZPjClbVrU7pcInQpXehfMJ/view?usp=sharing Please be advised: We can only run three bus routes next week. The routes will be longer with more kids on the bus. While not ideal, we are happy to be able to provide some face-to-face instruction for the ES students on Tuesday and Thursday. 
9 months ago, Rebecca Hutchinson
The MS/HS bus routes for Monday and Friday can be found in the following link. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bdJJuIfw77vq0ZS8gkjgtdLk2nbVU3Cc/view?usp=sharing Please be advised: We can only run three bus routes next week. The routes will be longer with more kids on the bus. While not ideal, we are happy to be able to provide some face-to-face instruction for the MS/HS students on Monday and Friday. We will still run the high school bus to the career center as normal and athletic practices and events will continue as scheduled for the time being. Adjustments to away trips may need to be made. Coaches will keep you updated. The elementary bus schedule for Tuesday and Thursday will be forthcoming.
9 months ago, Rebecca Hutchinson
This week's edition of The BUZZ is complete with more traffic flow information, next week's sports schedule, and information about Jackson County's Virtual Job Fair. https://www.smore.com/sc0pj
9 months ago, Rebecca Hutchinson
Delivered early, this week's edition of The BUZZ has information about Main St. being closed, state summative testing next week, summer programming, and recognizes two very talented high school writers!   https://www.smore.com/759dq #ONEHIVE
10 months ago, Rebecca Hutchinson
This week's edition of The BUZZ highlights our top readers, shares some information about how COVID-19 is impacting our district and has information about softball and baseball registration. Have a SAFE and FUN spring break!!! We will see you Monday, April 5th. https://www.smore.com/1g7s5
10 months ago, Rebecca Hutchinson
Check out this week's edition of The BUZZ. You will find student shoutouts, senior reminders, and information on an SEL grant just awarded to our K-8 building. https://www.smore.com/gf5b4
10 months ago, Rebecca Hutchinson
Check out this week's edition of The BUZZ. You will find student shoutouts, senior reminders, and information on an SEL grant just awarded to our K-8 building. https://www.smore.com/gf5b4
10 months ago, Rebecca Hutchinson
This week's BUZZ has information about kindergarten round-up, reminders for seniors, and an SEL update. https://www.smore.com/sa6rt
11 months ago, Rebecca Hutchinson
Enjoy this week's edition of The BUZZ!! It is full of Green Eggs and Ham, Fifth Grade Camp, and other important updates. https://www.smore.com/6sgku
11 months ago, Rebecca Hutchinson
In response to the current pandemic, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) are working on a new P-EBT program for the current 2020-2021 school year. The program will provide food benefits to help families with children who are eligible for free or reduced-price school meals through the Federal School Breakfast or National School Lunch Programs. If you are not currently approved for free or reduced-price meals and feel you may qualify, please fill out a new application at www.LunchApp.com. Applications can be filled out at any time throughout the remainder of the year if your household income decreases or your household size increases. The State of Michigan will automatically add the benefits to SNAP cards or mail a card to the address on file at the school. To prevent any delays, please make sure the school has your current address. No further action is required if your student is already approved for free or reduced-price meals. If you have any questions regarding P-EBT, please contact the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services at 1-833-905-0028. The local school does not administer the P-EBT program.
11 months ago, Food Service
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This week's edition of The BUZZ announces the fight song challenge winner, shares information about spring conferences, and has information about spring sports.  Click the link for more information. https://www.smore.com/nbw6k
11 months ago, Rebecca Hutchinson
Check out this week's edition of The BUZZ! We have high school sports action, fight song voting, and a special birthday! https://www.smore.com/qbz49
11 months ago, Rebecca Hutchinson
Due to inclement weather,  Concord Community Schools will be closed on Tuesday, February 15, 2021.  It will be considered a snow day.  Please use tomorrow to catch up on work, read amazing books, finish projects, and play in the snow.  Stay safe!  
11 months ago, Rebecca Hutchinson
Please check out The BUZZ to see our new weight room equipment, our fight song challenge, and how the Michigan Army National Guard Jackson-based 246 Battalion provided huge support this week. #ONEHIVE https://www.smore.com/dxm5y
12 months ago, Rebecca Hutchinson
In response to the current pandemic, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (DBHHS) and the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) are working on a new P-EBT program for the current 2020-2021 school year. The program will provide food benefits to help families with children who are eligible for free or reduced-price school meals through the Federal School Breakfast or National School Lunch Programs. If you are not currently approved for free or reduced-price meals and feel you may qualify, please fill out a new application at www.LunchApp.com. Applications can be filled out at any time throughout the remainder of the year if your household income decreases or your household size increases. The State of Michigan will automatically add the benefits to SNAP cards or mail a card to the address on file at the school. To prevent any delays, please make sure the school has your current address. No further action is required if your student is already approved for free or reduced-price meals.
12 months ago, Food Service
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Check out Concord's Bucket Band in this week's edition of The BUZZ! https://www.smore.com/mgxuj
12 months ago, Rebecca Hutchinson
Check out this week's edition of The BUZZ!! https://www.smore.com/6y4q2
about 1 year ago, Rebecca Hutchinson
CHANGE IN SCHEDULE NEXT WEEK Concord Community Schools has been afforded the opportunity to receive the COVID-19 vaccination on Thursday, January 21, 2021. On that day, we will have a significant number of our staff vaccinated. The process will take place offsite and times will vary. This will make face to face learning very difficult to facilitate. As such, for next week only, we are going to switch our virtual learning days next week, so we do not lose a face to face learning day. The schedule for next week is listed below. Please reach out to your building if you have questions. Monday, January 18 - NO SCHOOL STUDENTS AND STAFF - WIFI BUSSES WILL RUN Tuesday, January 19 - Face to Face and Hybrid Learning (normal) Wednesday, January 20 - Face to Face and Hybrid Learning for High School B Group Thursday, January 21 - Virtual Learning for ALL STUDENTS - The career center bus will transport students Friday, January 22 - Face to Face and Hybrid Learning (normal) WiFi Schedule For Monday, January 18, 2021 8-9 am Pulaski Free Methodist Church Monday 8-9 am Albion Tractor Supply - 1448 N Eaton St 10-11 am Spring Arbor Village Crossing 7851 Spring Arbor Rd 10-11 am Albion Tractor Supply 1448 N Eaton St 12 pm-1pm Pulaski Free Methodist Church
about 1 year ago, Laurie Sinden