Fullerton Public School is accepting applications for an aide position for the 2021-2022 school year. This position would cover a variety of duties across the K-12 building.
Application materials may be picked up in the main office.
For more information contact Tammy Carlson, Fullerton Public Schools 536-2431
Position open until filled.
The following information has been sent to us from the Nebraska Nutrition Services – the entity that oversees Nebraska School Foodservice Programs (including Fullerton Public Schools). The information contains an explanation of what schools across the state and nation are facing with the daily challenges of providing school breakfasts and lunches.
Dr. Jeff Anderson, Supt.
To: District Households and School Students
Date: November 9, 2021
Subject: Supply Chain Disruption
Providing school meals has become significantly more difficult this school year as school meals participation has increased. Adding to the challenges are COVID-19-related disruptions to school foodservice manufacturing, supply, and distribution channels. These disruptions can result in frequent menu changes, reduced menu variety, and changes in meal service options. The most common problems are discontinued menu items, shortages, longer-than-normal lead times, significantly higher costs compared with pre-pandemic bids, delayed deliveries or deliveries that contain a portion of what was ordered.
In addition to supply-chain disruptions, many of our Nebraska school districts struggle with staff shortages, and these staffing limitations may restrict menu choices, reduce meal service options, and can impact the use of traditional service ware such as trays and cutlery.
These factors create unprecedented challenges for foodservice operators across Nebraska and there is no sign of relief coming soon. The foodservice industry predicts supply chain disruptions and staffing difficulties will persist well into 2022.
Nebraska school foodservice programs are continuing to provide students with nutritious meals. These meals may not be the same as what was planned due to the difficulties outlined above. Your understanding of these challenges faced by Nebraska school foodservice operators is appreciated.
Dear Parents and Students,
We have finished up our second full week of school and I want commend all of you for your efforts to keep our school year on track. As things seem to be heating up around the state with concerns of Covid-19 and other illnesses, I do want to share information regarding our protocols currently in place.
At this time, we are not making any changes to how we are handling in-person attendance. As of today, it is business as usual. Our goal is to stay in that mode of operation, but this requires tremendous assistance and help from everyone!
By Nebraska law schools are required to create a plan of action if and when 11% of the student population is out with a similar illness. That action plan must be reported to the East Central Health District. The plan could include deeper classroom cleaning, moving kids apart in classrooms, remote learning for a short period of time, etc.
Multiple Cases in a Classroom
If we see similar illnesses increase within a classroom we will first inform the parents of students in that classroom to monitor their children more closely due to a spread of an illness and provide other hygiene and safety suggestions. Closely monitoring will be essential.
The key to keeping our doors open to as normal of a day as possible, and continuing with as normal of a year as possible, is making sure students who are ill stay home until they are feeling better. This will be the most helpful strategy to keeping all our students and staff healthy all year.
Thank you for your help.
Dr. Jeff Anderson, Supt.
As a requirement for Fullerton Schools to begin the 2021-2022 school year and be eligible for ESSERS funds the district’s Covid19 Plan has been reviewed and revised. In doing so, the plan has been modified to reflect the current and anticipated conditions. The guidelines on the plan reflect nearly “normal” attendance conditions for the 2021-22 school year.
The public is asked to share comments and suggestions on the Fullerton COVID-19 Plan for 2021-2022. This can be done be emailing responses to: email@example.com
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First Bank and Trust of Fullerton and Ciancio Hardware
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Single Page Sponsors
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Boone County Health
Custom Cabins By Dan
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The Fullerton Inn
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Nance County Journal
Palmer-Santin Funeral Home
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Thomas Construction & Roofing
Tom's Auto Care
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