The federal government will send you four Covid test kits (per household).
Get yours here: Covid Test Kits
Due to additional transportation needs, until further notice we will be combining the St David/Bryant high school Bus #6 with our Central/Elementary buses.
All students in St. David will ride Bus 3 in the AM & PM.
All students in Bryant will ride Bus 1 in the AM & PM.
This will begin on the afternoon route on Monday, November, 15th going forward. If you have any questions, you can reach the bus garage at: 309-267-4178 or 309-267-9236.
Looking for a rewarding and exciting position?
Our bus drivers are an essential part of our educational system, and we value their contributions. No experience necessary; we will train you!
The Lewistown school district is currently hiring! If you are interested in working with our great team of bus drivers, please contact us at 309-267-4178 and speak with Nick Christy about what the position entails or how we can train you to have a rewarding career as a school bus driver!
Applicants must be 21 years of age, will be required to pass a background check, drug screening, physical and have a valid driver's license.
If you are a family who is in transition, living with friends or other family members, living in a motor home/hotel/camper please contact Serenity Wallick, district homeless liaison, to see if you qualify for McKinney Vento services.
Breakfast and lunch will be provided to all students free of charge for the 2021-22 school year.
We'd like to share some information about child care assistance.
I want to update you on the current Covid status in our schools. As many of you are aware, the Delta variant seems to be more contagious and affecting more children than the COVID-19 strand of last year. We are all anxious for this pandemic to end, but the reality is that it is very much still with us.
Indoor masking is required and the students are compliant. Staff is being tested weekly if they are not vaccinated. As a precaution, we are ordering individual desks for those classrooms that are using tables and focusing once again on disinfecting, ventilation and distancing.
It is not our intent to post numbers of cases unless we are experiencing an outbreak. To ease your minds, today we recorded five cases pre-K through 6th grade and seven cases 7 through 12th grades. As far as we can determine, children are not contracting the virus in the schools, they are bringing it into the school.
We are continuing to monitor cases and close contacts and will modify our strategies accordingly. We made it through an entire school year last year and we intend to do it again. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Jeanne Davis, Superintendent