COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Updates

Frazee-Vergas Distance Learning Plans

Elementary Distance Learning Plan (effective 3/30/2020)

High School Distance Learning Plan (effective 3/30/2020)

Updates

Governor's Executive Order Closing Schools

MSHSL Update Regarding Activities and Athletics

Superintendent Karger's Letter To District Families

Healthcare/Emergency Child Care Information

Superintendent Karger's 3/27/2020 Update

Lunch Options For Frazee-Vergas Students 

Frazee-Vergas Public Schools is committed to offering a nutritious lunch and breakfast for kids during the school closure. This is available for kids 18 and under. Meals will be available for pick at the High school Door #20 from 11-12:30. This includes a meal for lunch as well as breakfast for the next day. 

Pickup is now also available at our satellite sites. We will be in the parking lots at the Vergas Community Center, 4 corners and St.Paul's Church in Evergreen from 11:00-12:00 to pick up lunch and breakfast for the next day. 

MDE Clarification regarding meal pick-up: Only Parents/Guardians/Students may pickup food. This means that parents may pick up food without their child/children present. 

Meal Delivery

In the event the district moves to distance learning on Monday, March 30, we will be delivering via bus route a combined breakfast/lunch for all children 18 and under. Delivery details are forthcoming and will be communicated by instant alert later this week. IN ORDER TO RECEIVE FOOD DELIVERIES, THE DISTRICT MUST RECEIVE A CONSENT FORM FROM FAMILIES PRIOR TO DELIVERING MEALS. The consent form is available electronically or can be printed off at the links below and returned to the district office by Thursday, March 26. You can also call the elementary or high school office and give permission to fill out the form on your behalf.
We will continue to have curbside pick-up meals available at Door #20 at the High School from 11-12:30.

Meal Delivery/Bus Route Consent Form (Electronic)

Meal Delivery/Bus Route Consent Form (print off and fill out)

 

State Information Hotline 

The state has created a hotline for families to obtain information about childcare resources and other general questions about the school closure. The hotline will be staffed from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. to answer questions

Greater Minnesota: 1-800-657-3504

Canceled Events as of 3/16

  • Elementary Conferences
  • High School Music Performance
  • Kindergarten Round-Up
  • All MSHSL activities and practices
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