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  • Alert:

    As we all know, due to the Coronavirus outbreak, all travel has been severely restricted and non-essential businesses have been closed.  This means that Spring Break plans for almost everyone has been canceled.

    With this in mind, we are amending the school calendar for next week and these days will now be school days.  Due to this change, the last day of school for Estill County will now be May 14th

    This change will allow us to keep our students on a routine that will ensure a continuation of instruction and other services.  All staff will still be available for our families and food service will continue to serve breakfast and lunch.  For any family that still has plans for this coming week, your student can complete their work at your discretion.

    We will have further information tomorrow concerning the distribution on new NTI packets for days 11 – 20 as well as the return of work completed during the past 10 days.

  • Alert:

    As a reminder, ALL Estill County athletic facilities are now closed to the general public.

    Also, with the school closures, the KHSAA has suspended all spring sports and declared a dead period ending on April 19, 2020, at midnight.

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You may email me at rhonda.neal@estill.kyschools.us or call me at school during break 10:50 - 11:35

 


Reading at home is so important! Please read at least 20 minutes each night from a book or magazine of the student’s choice. There is a folder with a calendar attached that comes home each night. If your child reads, please sign your name on that date and return the folder to school the next day. (This can also be a way to communicate on a day other than Thursday. Just stick a note inside this folder and I will do the same if needed.) Reading at home should be a fun and pleasant experience. A routine of reading at bedtime would be a cozy and great time to accomplish this reading goal. Please don’t stress over a book being too hard for them. If it’s too hard, read it to them. Students will be reading books at their own levels at school and they will progress. Please have fun when reading at home!

 

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Fun ways to study spelling at home!


Use magnetic letters, markers, crayons, shaving cream, etc., anything different makes writing words fun!

If a word has 5 letters spell the word and sing to the tune of Bingo.

If a word has 6 letters, spell the word and sing to the tune of Happy Birthday.

If a word has 7 letters, spell the word and sing to the tune of Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star!

 

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