Tuesday, April 07, 2020


    Today:         Week 2 of Distance learning

    Wednesday:    Virtual school board meeting, 6:30 p.m. Link is available under Headlines & Features on the school website.

    Friday:             No Distance Learning
                            No lunch distribution
                            No emergency child care

    Monday:          No Distance Learning
                           No lunch distribution
                           No emergency child care

    Minds are like parachutes, they only function if they are open. -James Dewar

    Staff, Student & Parent Announcements:

    We will be having a virtual Zoom school board meeting on Wednesday, April 8th @ 6:30 p.m. The link is available under Headlines & Features on the school website.

    Week 2 packets were sent out with week 1 packets. Week 1 packets were in the binder. Week 2 packet were in the Ziplock bag. Next packet drop-off will be on Thursday, April 9th.

    Students please remember that if you have any questions or concerns, to contact your teachers. You can find a Teacher Directory under the COVID-19 tab on the school website. Remember to check in with your advisor between 10:00 – 10:15 a.m. If you are ill or have an appointment, please have a parent call the school office at 630-5311.

    **During this time of distance learning, Campbell-Tintah School will be providing a lunch and snack for all students.  Meals will be delivered to those on bus routes beginning about 10:00 am. We will have a pickup area for those who live in town. Meal delivery/pickup will begin Wednesday, March 18th. Please contact the office if you don’t want to receive a sack lunch. We will plan for your students if we don’t hear from you. 218-630-5311.

    Sack lunches will not be distributed on days school is not in session. No lunches will be distributed on April 10th or 13th. Distance learning and lunches will resume on Tuesday, April 14th.

    **Campbell-Tintah School will provide, for those who do not have, daytime childcare for emergency care workers during regular school hours for children ages 12-3. To clarify, this does not replace your normal childcare services. Please contact the school office if you need this emergency accommodation. 218-630-5311.

    • The federal government has issued some new guidance on the use of cloth face coverings to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
    • Here are a few important things to keep in mind with this recommendation:
      • Masks or cloth face coverings can help with preventing yourgerms from infecting others – especially in situations where you may spread the virus without symptoms.
      • Wearing a mask does notprotect you from others who may spread the virus. So, whether or not you wear a mask, you still need to wash your hands frequently, cover your cough, and practice social distancing by keeping at least 6 feet of space between people.
      • People who are sick should still stay home. Wearing a mask does not mean people who are sick should go out into the community. If you are sick and need to go to the doctor, call your health care provider before going in and wear a mask to the clinic.
      • Don’t buy or wear surgical or N95 masks.These supplies are in high need in health care facilities to protect health care workers.


    Frequent hand washing, use of had sanitizer & not touching your eyes, nose or mouth is recommended ways of staying healthy.