CUSD#20 will have its regular monthly school board meeting on January 20th, 2021 at 7pm in the High School Cafeteria. Here is the link to the Agenda. https://5il.co/onxs
Unit 20 schools will be closed on Monday, January 18th for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Dental Safari will be coming to Parkside May 11th and 12th, Parkview May 13th, and LHS May 14th. Follow the link for info on how to register. https://5il.co/om3n
Click the link below to read more about the community volunteer program. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RpCsAwHVnqQccEO0jG1CmP7Dp795bm5hk9VvtqPxhtE/edit?usp=sharing
January 11, 2021 Dear CUSD #20 Families and Staff: As the second semester resumes, it is apparent that COVID-19 continues to cause concern for our District. Unfortunately, CUSD #20 has had six positive COVID-19 tests amongst the staff and another four confirmed cases with our students. These individuals have been quarantined along with other staff and students that were determined to be in close contact with a positive case. These cases are not limited to one setting. All three of our schools have individuals that have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus and quarantined since school resumed on January 5th. At this time, the Lawrence County Health Department and CUSD #20 school nurses have been in contact with all individuals affected by this most recent outbreak of positive cases. We ask that all parents and guardians monitor their child(ren) for symptoms. The health and safety of our students and staff is our highest priority, and we recognize the uncertainty and concern regarding the evolving COVID-19 pandemic. We are following guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as the state and local health departments that outline best practices and procedures in order to protect everyone’s health. As always, individuals should closely monitor their health. If symptoms develop, please stay home and contact your healthcare provider to determine if testing is needed. Anyone who develops severe symptoms should seek medical care immediately. If your child has had close contact with a known case of COVID-19, keep your child at home and notify your primary healthcare provider, school, daycare, and local health department. We are committed to providing our students and our staff with a safe and healthy learning environment. As always, thank you for your ongoing cooperation and understanding regarding our COVID-19 prevention policies and procedures as we remain steadfast in our commitment to protect your children and family as well as our staff and their families. Sincerely, Doug Daugherty CUSD #20 Superintendent
CUSD #20 student lunches will continue to be free for the remainder of the school year. Anyone with a lunch charge prior to this school year is encouraged to make payments to their child's school.
CUSD #20 will return to in-person learning in January 5th with the same time schedule used this year. Students still have the option to remain on remote learning if desired.
There will be a special board meeting, Wednesday, December 30, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. at the LHS gym to discuss the community volunteer program as well as the plan for students to return to school on January 5, 2021.
Applications are being accepted for Lawrenceville High School head maintenance position. For information or to apply, contact Principal Paul Higginbotham at email@example.com.
Tonight's school board meeting will be held in the high school gym at 7:00 p.m. Mask are required and social distancing measures will be taken.
Dear CUSD #20 Families and Staff, At the monthly school board meeting on Wednesday, November 18th, the decision was made for all CUSD #20 students to remain in a remote learning only setting thru Friday, December 18, 2020. While this wasn’t an easy decision, we feel it is what is best for the students, staff, and community at this time. At this time, the plan is to return to school on Tuesday, January 5, 2021. However, at the December board meeting, the Board of Education will evaluate the Covid situation to decide whether to extend the remote learning only setting or return to school. While everyone would rather see the students in the classroom and participating in extracurricular activities, this decision was brought about by the increased number of Covid-19 cases in the community as well as the school district. Lawrence County Health Department Director, Amy Marley, attended the meeting and informed the board of the number of current cases in the county as well as predicted increases in cases over the next few weeks. The Lawrence County Health Department, the CUSD #20 Board of Education, and the CUSD #20 administration are asking that everyone please continue to do their part to control this virus. Remember to wash your hands, wear your mask, maintain social distancing, and stay home whenever possible. Once the virus numbers decrease, the staff and students of CUSD #20 can resume their normal schooling methods. In addition, CUSD #20 encourages parents to continue to monitor their children’s schoolwork as we continue with remote learning. Be sure to watch for more news and information in the next few weeks as we continue to combat this unprecedented virus. The district will continue serving meals to students on days that school is in session through the end of December. As always, if you have any questions or concerns you may contact your child’s teacher, their school or reach us at the email firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember, that working together is what we all need to do during these trying times. Sincerely, Doug Daugherty Superintendent, CUSD #20
Anyone wanting a meal for their child next week during the remote learning is asked to call their child's school by 9:00 Monday to place your order or you may send an email to email@example.com. We need to know the last name, number of meals and your pick-up location. PICK UP LOCATIONS: Parkside Elementary School, St. Francisville Methodist Church, Russellville Church, Central Christian Church, Casey’s bus stop, Lincoln School bus stop, 12th and Wabash bus stop, and 4th and Jefferson bus stop. MENU: Monday: Chicken Pot Pie Tuesday: BBQ Pork Rib on Bun Wednesday: Hamburger Bake Thursday: Asian Chicken over rice Friday: Grilled Cheese Sandwich Meals are available from 11:00 to 11:30.
CUSD #20 November Remote Plan DATES Monday, November 16th - Remote planning day for staff members. There will be no homework for students on this day. Tuesday, November 17th-Tuesday, November 24th - All students with Internet access will begin their remote learning. Students will have assignments on both the Acellus program and/or Google classroom. Parkside face-to-face learners may pick up packets from 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 17th. The completed packets must be turned in on November 30th. Wednesday, November 25th-Friday, November 27th - No School/Thanksgiving break. Students will not be given assignments during these dates. Teachers will not be available to assist students. Monday, November 30th - In-person learning will resume. Parkside face-to-face learners return packets. LUNCHES The District will be serving meals to students at various locations throughout the district during remote learning. As we have done in the past, parents/guardians will need to call-in to place their order for lunch. Please call Parkside (943-3992), Parkview (943-2327) or LHS (943-3389) to let them know your name, number of lunches needed, and your pick-up location. Meals will be available for pick-up at Parkside Elementary School, Central Christian Church, St. Francisville Church, Russellville Church, Casey’s bus stop, Lincoln School bus stop, 12th & Wabash bus stop, and 4th & Jefferson bus stop. Staff members will be at the pick-up sites in school vehicles from 11:00 to 11:30 to distribute meals. Building secretaries will be available beginning Friday, November 13th to take orders for meals. We ask that orders be placed before 9:00 am for any day that you would like a meal. You may place an order for all seven days or selected dates. We also ask that you let the school know if there is a change in the number of meals that you would like each day. Each meal will also include a breakfast item for the following morning as well. PACKETS We have yet to receive all of the computers ordered back in May, therefore, we are unable to provide every student at Parkside with a computer. Due to that fact, Parkside face-to-face learners will be provided with packets instead of a computer. However, if a student has access to a computer at home, they may complete the work online. Packets will be available on Tuesday, November 17th and will contain all of the student’s work for the remote learning session. Packets will be returned on November 30th. Packets will also be available on Tuesday, November 17th for any Parkview student who does not have access to the Internet. INTERNET ACCESS We are in the process of ordering more hotspots and will distribute them to Parkview and Lawrenceville High School students without Internet access as soon as possible. In the meantime, LHS and Parkview will be opening their cafeterias for students to come in to utilize the Internet. Building principals will be sending out more information on their building use during the remote learning days. Students are allowed to schedule an appointment with their teacher for a short meeting not to exceed 15 minutes. This will allow the teacher to provide face-to-face clarification on assignments to students who are struggling with a particular concept as needed. To set up a meeting, please contact your child’s teacher directly through email. All appointments will take place at the school during normal school hours.
November 12, 2020 Dear CUSD #20 Families and Staff, Due to a spike in Covid-19 cases in both the community and school district, all CUSD #20 students will be going to a remote learning only setting starting Monday, November 16th. We plan to return to school on Monday, November 30th. The District is in the process of finalizing our remote learning plan and will be releasing details as soon as possible. Information about meals, learning packets, and availability of the Internet will be released at that time. I ask for your patience as we finalize plans and please refrain from calling the school buildings at this time. Once information is released, we will be available to answer any questions or address any concerns you may have through email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sincerely, Doug Daugherty Superintendent, CUSD #20
The meaning of Veterans Day is an important part of the learning process for the students of CUSD #20. Each year we are proud to celebrate our veterans. Our celebrations will have to be different this year because of the restrictions that are part of our lives right now. To show respect and admiration to our heroes who have served our country, CUSD #20 will be placing flags on the grounds of each school. Each student will plant a flag to represent those who have served, past and present. We encourage all veterans to drive by each school and know this is our way of honoring your great service. You can see the flags by driving west on Cedar Street, past Parkview. At Parkside, you can enter the grounds through the north driveway, on Cedar Street, and exit by the football stadium. From there, you can cross Porter Avenue and enter the Lawrenceville High School grounds, then exit out the driveway next to SipIt on to James Street. The flags will be visible by the end of the day on Monday, November 9th. The viewing route will be open Tuesday, November 10th and Wednesday, November 11th. All of the teachers, staff and students of CUSD #20 want to show respect and gratitude to our amazing veterans. We thank you for your service and we hope you enjoy our flag display to honor you on this Veterans Day.
At last night’s special board meeting, the Lawrence County CUSD #20 Board of Education voted not to go to an all-remote learning setting. We will continue to monitor the situation and reevaluate as necessary. As always, feel free to contact the District through email at email@example.com with any questions.
October 30, 2020 Dear CUSD #20 Families and Staff: With the increased number of Covid cases in both the community and our schools, CUSD #20 is considering the possibility of going to a district-wide remote learning setting. If the district makes the decision to do remote learning, it would begin on Monday, November 23rd and last until at least Tuesday, January 19th. Again, this is only a possibility. We will inform the public if/when we decide to do this. We wanted to make everyone aware of the possibility of going to district-wide remote learning so that everyone is aware of what is being discussed and will be prepared IF we go to district-wide remote learning. The district chose this timeframe for remote learning due to the likelihood of increased contact with people outside the family home during Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day. During this 7 week timeframe, we will be doing 5 weeks of remote learning and have 2 weeks of Christmas Break. We are working to determine our plans, and we will keep everyone informed going forward. We have scheduled a special board meeting for Thursday, November 5th so that the Board can discuss this situation and make a determination on how best to move forward.. If you have any questions, please contact the District through email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sincerely, Doug Daugherty, Superintendent CUSD #20
All schools will be closed next Tuesday, November 3rd for Election Day.
October 27, 2020 Dear CUSD #20 Families and Staff: Our school district has been hit with another round of Covid positive tests along with more quarantines due to close contact with someone who tested positive. At this point, we have two students who have tested positive for the virus and are currently under home quarantine. Along with these students, we are sending home another 40 students due to close contact to the positive students. This exposure has happened both at school and on the school bus. Names of those involved will not be released by the school due to confidentiality reasons. If your child was in close contact with any individual who tested positive, the Lawrence County Health Department will be contacting you. At this time, all school buildings will remain open. If changes need to be made in this policy, we will make an announcement as soon as possible. If you have questions, please contact us through email at email@example.com. Sincerely, Doug Daugherty, Superintendent CUSD #20
Reminder to LHS students and parents: Tomorrow is a remote learning day for freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. Seniors will attend school to take their SAT test.
October 13, 2020 Dear CUSD #20 Families and Staff: Over the weekend, a staff member at Parkview Junior High became ill and has been tested for Covid-19. Due to exposure to other staff members on Friday during the teachers’ institute day, we have taken the precaution of quarantining our 6th grade faculty. They will remain in quarantine until further notice. Names of those involved will not be released by the school due to confidentiality reasons. If your child was in close contact with any individual who tested positive, the Lawrence County Health Department will be contacting you. At this time, all school buildings will remain open. If changes need to be made in this policy, we will make an announcement as soon as possible. If you have questions, please contact us through email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sincerely, Doug Daugherty, Superintendent CUSD #20
There is NO SCHOOL tomorrow or Monday. School will resume on Tuesday, October 13th which is the start of the 2nd quarter. Have a great weekend.
Any student who is returning for in-school learning on Tuesday, October 13th is asked to call their child's school to confirm transportation information.
Junior High students and parents, Open gyms will begin this week for 7th/8th Grade Boys Basketball (10/7/20 @ 330-430pm) and next week for 7th/8th Grade Girls Basketball (10/14/20 @ 530 to 7pm). IESA Contact Days will run from 11/2/20-12/18/20. Please make sure that all physicals are up to date before contact days begin on 11/2/20. You can turn all physicals into the school nurse here at Parkview JH. 6th Grade Girls Basketball Open Gym will begin next week 10/13/20 @ 5-6pm 6th Grade Boys Basketball & JH Volleyball Open Gyms are TBA All open gyms & contact days conducted at Parkview JH will require the following items: *All participants must be temp checked before entering the gym *All participants must wear a face mask indoors unless they are getting a drink *All participants must bring their own drinks and towels. Nothing should be shared
September 29, 2020 Dear CUSD #20 Families and Staff: I would like to update everyone on the situation regarding Covid-19 at our schools. Currently, we have had six staff members in the district test positive for Covid-19. Names of those involved will not be released by the school due to confidentiality reasons. If your child was in close contact with any individual who tested positive, the Lawrence County Health Department will be contacting you. At this time, we do not have any students who have tested positive for the Covid-19. At this time, all school buildings will remain open. If changes need to be made in this policy, we will make an announcement as soon as possible. If you have questions, please contact us through email at email@example.com. Sincerely, Doug Daugherty, Superintendent CUSD #20
Upcoming Flu Shot Clinic for Parkview and LHS Students on Oct 2nd. If you are interested please see the linked form that needs to be returned by Sept. 25th. https://5il.co/l3nl
Any student who would like to participate in the Fish and Loaves food program, can find more information and a sign up form at the website below. https://form.jotform.com/202575277480056
Mid-term progress reports will soon be arriving by mail and/or email. Parents are encouraged to contact teachers with any questions or concerns.
USDA Approves Free Meals for Kids Through December 31, 2020 Beginning September 1, 2020 breakfast and lunch meals for all Unit #20 students will be provided at no charge. Anyone who has paid for a meal since September 1 will have their account reimbursed.
September 4, 2020 CUSD #20 Parents and Guardians, There is an ongoing problem in the school district that needs to be rectified immediately. Parents who have students at Parkview received an email yesterday from Mr. Brush. However this issue is occurring at all three buildings, so I want to make all parents aware of the situation. On Thursday, September 3rd, the district was required to send home five (5) staff members and three (3) students who had been in close contact with a student who recently tested positive for COVID. These individuals will be quarantined until Tuesday, September 15th. These staff members and students will NOT be publicly identified by the school district as that is a violation of privacy law. I can assure you that by working with the Lawrence County Health Department, we were able to quickly locate all individuals who needed to quarantine. Those families have been contacted. Everyone has to do their part to control the spread of COVID-19. At any time, if anyone in your household is tested, due to illness not job related, your child(ren) MUST REMAIN AT HOME until the tested person receives notice that their test result is negative. In addition, if a student is showing ANY symptoms of COVID-19, DO NOT send him/her to school. The major symptoms of COVID-19 are: FEVER COUGH FATIGUE BODY ACHE CONGESTION SHORTNESS OF BREATH If you have any questions, please contact us through firstname.lastname@example.org. Sincerely, Doug Daugherty, Superintendent Lawrence County CUSD #20
CUSD #20 Parents: The increased number of students going to remote learning and the lack of internet access for some students has caused a problem. The school district was able to purchase some hotspots through T-mobile, but those hotspots have been distributed and we are unable to obtain more at this time. I have contacted local businesses in the area to see who would have outdoor WIFI access that they would allow our students to use. The following businesses welcome parents/students to park in their parking lots to use their Internet. Bobe’s Pizza Syd’s Tacos AgriGold Lawrence Public Library We thank these businesses for allowing our students access to their WIFI. Please be respectful of their property and their customers. Also, all three school buildings have outdoor WIFI accessibility.
Friday, September 4th, dismissal time will be the same as it has been all year. Monday, September 7th, we will be off school for Labor Day.
CUSD #20 Parents: If someone in your household is tested for Covid, all school aged children in that home need to be quarantined until the test results come back. We have to work together to prevent the spread of this virus, so please keep your children home when they are sick or when anyone in the home is tested for Covid.
Parkside Elementary students in Kindergarten through 5th grade will be returning to school on Monday, August 31st. Pre-K students will NOT return next week, but will return on Tuesday, September 8th.
Packets are for the face-to-face learners who are out of school this week at Parkside...NOT for those who have been doing remote learning all year.
Packets will be handed out WEDNESDAY, not tomorrow. Sorry for the confusion.
Parkside students and parents: Remote learning packets will be available tomorrow (Wednesday) from 7:30 to 1:30 in the circle drive at Parkside. If you would like the packet delivered to an older sibling at Parkview or LHS, please call the Parkside office on Tuesday. If you would like to pick up a packet for someone else, please notify the staff when you pick up the packet on Wednesday--no calls needed. At this time, we are doing packets, not computers.
Notice: New State guidelines from the IESA now requires face masks to be worn by participants as well as spectators at all sporing events. Therefore, to attend a Parkview baseball or softball game, spectators must wear a face covering for games to continue to be played. Thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding.
Due to an increase in positive Parkside staff Covid cases, CUSD #20 has consulted with our local health department and have made the decision to close Parkside Elementary starting Monday, August 24th thru Friday, August 28th. At this point, Parkview and LHS will continue as normal. If you have any questions, please contact via email at email@example.com
REMOTE LEARNERS LUNCH PROGRAM Any CUSD #20 student who is enrolled as a remote learner is eligible for a school lunch starting Monday, August 17th. In order to get the lunch, the following process needs to be followed: A parent needs to call the school that their child would be attending by 9:00 AM to place the order. A family with students in more than one school, must call each individual school to place the order. Orders may be placed up to a week in advance. The menu for the meals will be the same as published for the In School students. Meals will be charged at the same rate that students in the building are paying. If a child is on free or reduced lunch, they will be charged that price. Meals will be available to be picked up at each school between 11:30 and 12:00, no deliveries available. Meals will be disposed of at 12:00. Meals will be available in the building lobby area with student’s names on the meal. All meals ordered will be charged, it is the parent’s responsibility to call before 9:00 AM to cancel a meal.
Lawrence County CUSD #20 wants to publicly thank the wonderful workers at the Lawrence County Health Department for all of their hard work during this ongoing pandemic. Public Health Administrator, Director of Clinical Care Amy Marley and her staff have been a great help in directing the administrators and nurses on a variety of issues. Without their assistance and guidance, we would not be in the position we are to open our schools next week. Additionally, the Health Department will be assigning Clinical Care Coordinator, Allyson Fiscus, FNP to our district as well as the Red Hill District #10 to work with the school throughout the upcoming year. Again, thank you to all the wonderful workers at the Lawrence County Health Department.
Reminder, schools open on Wednesday, August 12 for CUSD #20. Door will open at all buildings at 7:30. Be sure to check out the school website, CUSD20.COM for school news and videos for important information.
For students who will be starting the year on remote learning---computers will be handed out at each building on Monday, August 10th and Tuesday, August 11th from 8:00 - 4:00. If you are unable to make those times, please contact the school through the email: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact your child's building principal through email.
Parkview baseball player's parent meeting has been postponed from tonight to tomorrow night (Tuesday) at the baseball field. Meeting will begin at 5:30.
We are looking for a night time custodian as well as a full-time bus aide. If interested, stop by the Unit Office inside the Parkview Junior High School for an application.
The IESA has reinstated baseball and softball for this fall. Softball has practice next week on Monday thru Friday from 545 to 745pm at Phil Alsman Field. Baseball has parents meeting on Monday August 3rd at 530pm at Unit 20 Ballpark. Baseball practice will start on Wednesday Aug. 5th. Practice times will be announced at parents meeting.
Parkview Junior High School Softball and Baseball players and parents: The IESA has cancelled all fall sports for junior high school.
Reminder to all parents/guardians: complete the registration process through Teacher Ease for the upcoming year. Registration closes on Friday, July 31st. If you need assistance contact the school or use the email@example.com email. Thank you.
The CUSD #20 school board will hold a special board meeting Tuesday, July 21 at 7:00 pm to discuss our return to school plan. The meeting will be shown via Facebook Live through the school’s Facebook page.
Reminder: The summer driver’s education class scheduled to start today has been cancelled.
The Lawrence County Health Department is conducting free athletic physicals for all K-12 athletes on Thursday, July 23rd from 1:00 to 6:00 pm. Parents are asked to complete forms in advance on the health departments website. Call 943-3302 option #4 to set up appointment.
Beginning Monday, July 13, anyone entering a CUSD #20 building will be required to wear a face covering.
Parkview JH and the Lawrence County Health Department are hosting free physicals for softball and baseball athletes on Thursday, July 16th from 12 pm to 6 pm. All appointments must be made by calling 618-943-3302, option #4. Softball season starts July 27th and baseball season starts August 3rd.
Incoming 6th graders and seniors are required to have a meningitis vaccination. Starting today through Thursday, the Lawrence County Health Department will be giving the vaccines. Please call the Health Department (943-3302--option 6) to set up an appointment.
While we do not know the status of athletics at Parkview Junior High School yet, the IESA will still require physicals for participation this fall. Athletes may not participate in practice or games without an up-to-date physical. We strongly recommend making an appointment with your doctor as soon as possible.
Any student that needs a physical for school can print out this form to take to the Dr Office. https://5il.co/hgl5
Any student who was receiving Fish and Loaves that would like to participate in the summer food program, please check out the website below for more information and a sign up form. https://form.jotform.com/201567478162056
Tomorrow, May 15th, parents are invited to return all homework packets and/or computers to their child's school between the hours of 8:00 and 5:00. Tomorrow is the last day of meal delivery as well. If you are unable to return material tomorrow, please plan to return on Monday.
Seniors who have not yet turned in a Transcript Request Form or Scholarship Award Form needs to do so as soon as possible.
REMINDER: Week six remote learning packets should be picked up tomorrow between 8:00 - 5:00. Return last week's packet and pick up your new packet at your child's school. For those getting the lunches, packets will be with the lunch at the delivery spots.
REMINDER: Week five remote learning packets should be picked up tomorrow between 8:00 - 5:00. Return last week's packet and pick up your new packet at your child's school. For those getting the lunches, packets will be with the lunch at the delivery spots.
Meals for May 4 - May 8: If you want the same number of meals as this week, there is no need to call again, we will deliver same amount to same location. If you need to change your order, please call 943-2326 on Wed, 4/29 between 8:00 and 12:00 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The American Red Cross will be hosting a blood drive at the Lawrenceville High School, this Friday, May 1st from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Visit RedCrossBlood.org and enter: LCMHOSP to schedule an appointment or call 1-800-Red-Cross.
REMINDER: Week four remote learning packets should be picked up tomorrow between 8:00 - 5:00. Return last week's packet and pick up your new packet at your child's school. For those getting the lunches, packets will be with the lunch at the delivery spots.
Meals for April 27 - May 1: If you want the same number of meals as this week, there is no need to call again, we will deliver same amount to same location. If you need to change your order, please call 943-2326 on Wed, 4/15 between 8:00 and 12:00 or email email@example.com.
ATTENTION PARENTS: You were notified that your student needed either a required school or athletic physical or a required vaccine to enter school for the 2020-2021 school year. Physical and vaccine clinics will be held this summer. Watch for these dates to be posted.
Packet pick up is TOMORROW, Monday, April 20th from 8:00 to 5:00.
REMINDER: Week three remote learning packets should be picked up today between 8:00 - 5:00. Return last week's packet and pick up your new packet at your child's school. For those getting the lunches, packets will be with the lunch at the delivery spots.
Governor Pritzker has announced students will not be returning to the classroom for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. We will create an end of the year plan and make an announcement once it is complete.
We encourage seniors, healthcare workers, first responders, and all other essential workers to drive through the parking lot (football field) and honk as teachers and staff of Unit 20 will be there to show their support.
In honor of all seniors, our healthcare workers, first responders, and all other essential workers, LHS will be turning on the lights at our outdoor sporting facilities from 8:00 to 8:20 (in military time, this is symbolic of "2020") TONIGHT, Friday, April 17, 2020.
Meals for April 20-April 24: If you want the same number of meals as this week, there is no need to call again, we will deliver same amount to same location. If you need to change your order, please call 943-2326 on Wed, 4/15 between 8:00 and 12:00 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
REMINDER: Week two remote learning packets should be picked up today between 8:00 - 5:00. Return last week's packet and pick up your new packet at your child's school. For those getting the lunches, packets will be with the lunch at the delivery spots.
If anyone would like their meals delivered to Russellville, please call the district office 943-2326 on Wednesday, April 8th between 8:00 and 12:00 or email the school at email@example.com.
MENU FOR 4/13-17: Mon: Chopped steak w/brown gravy, mashed potatoes, fruit, bread Tues: Coney on bun, oven potatoes, fruit, cake Wed: Cheeseburger, broccoli, fruit, chips Thur: Asian entree over rice, peas & carrots, fruit, fortune cookie Fri: BBQ Rib, hot veggies, fruit, pudding
Meals for April 13-April 17: If you want the same number of meals as this week, there is no need to call again, we will deliver same amount to same location. If you need to change your order, please call 943-2326 on Wed, 4/8 between 8:00 and 12:00 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tomorrow, Monday, April 6 is remote learning packet and/or computer pick up day at all three buildings. Staff will be at the schools from 8:00 - 5:00 to hand out materials. See you then.
PARKSIDE: Monday (4/6) from 8:00 - 5:00 student work packets need to be picked up at Parkside. Packets can be picked up by parent, guardian, or neighbor. Work needs to be completed and returned the following Monday for a new packet. Packets can also be picked up at lunch sites
PARKVIEW: Monday (4/6) from 8:00 - 5:00 computers and/or student work packets may be picked up at Parkview. Assignments will be posted on Monday for those with Internet access. Work needs to be complete by the following Monday.
HIGH SCHOOL: Monday (4/6) from 8:00 - 5:00 computers and/or student work packets may be picked up at the high school. Assignments will be posted on Monday for those with Internet access. Work needs to be complete by the following Monday.
MENU FOR NEXT WEEK: Mon: Country fried steak w/gravy, mashed potatoes, fruit Tues: Pork Parmigiana, green beans, fruit Wed: Chicken Tenders, cheesy potatoes, fruit Thur: Hot Dog on bun, candied carrots, fruit Fri: Beef stew, buttered peas, fruit. PICK-UP time is still 11 - 12.
Meals for April 6-April 10: If you want the same number of meals as this week, there is no need to call again, we will deliver same amount to same location. If you need to change your order, please call 943-2326 on Wed, 4/1 between 8:00 and 12:00 or email email@example.com.
Parkview JH and Lawrenceville HS students, if you DO NOT have a computer or Internet at home, please call Parkview 943-2327, ext 125, or the high school 943-3389, ext 1004, by Friday at noon. Leave a message with student's name and if you don't have computer, Internet, or both.
Parkview JH and Lawrenceville HS students, if you DO NOT have a computer or Internet at home, please call Parkview 943-2327, ext 125, or the high school 943-3389, ext 1004, by Friday at noon. Leave a message with student's name and if you don't have computer, Internet, or both.
Parkview JH and Lawrenceville HS students, if you DO NOT have a computer or Internet at home, please call Parkview 943-2327, ext 125, or the high school 943-3389, ext 2, by Friday at noon. Leave a message with student's name and if you don't have computer, Internet, or both.
PICK UP LOCATIONS: Parkside Elementary School, St. Francisville Methodist Church, Central Christian Church, Casey’s bus stop, Lincoln School bus stop, 12th and Wabash bus stop, 4th and Jefferson bus stop. Pick up is from 11:00 to 12:00.
MENU FOR NEXT WEEK: Mon:Hot dog on bun, carrots, orange Tues: Tenderloin Sandwich, oven potatoes, fruit, muffin Wed: Two Beef Tacos, lettuce and cheese, chips and salsa Thur: Hot ham and cheese sandwich, baked beans, fruit Fri: Beef and Noodles, mashed potatoes, fruit, roll
Meals for March 30-April 3: If you want the same number of meals as this week, there is no need to call again, we will deliver same amount to same location. If you need to change your order, please call 943-2326 on Wed, 3/25 between 8:00 and 12:00 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
THANK YOU to the CUSD #20 staff for volunteering to deliver the meals to the students through out the district and to the cooks for cooking the meals. Your dedication to our students is greatly appreciated.
Reminder: Lunch pick up is from 11:00 to 12:00 today at the designated spots through out the district. Deliveries will be made in easily identified school vans.
Today, Governor Pritzker announced schools will remain closed through at least April 8, 2020. However, CUSD #20 will be on spring break at that time and we will NOT change our calendar. Thus, the earliest we would be back in session is Monday, April 13th.
REMINDER: Don't forget to call the CUSD #20 district office at 943-2326, to place your order for meals next week. Those who called in for sack lunches, need to call again for the meal and place of pick up.
CUSD #20 MENU: Mon: Chicken patty on bun, oven potatoes, fruit, cake Tues: Salisbury steak with brown gravy, mashed potatoes, applesauce Wed: Pepperoni pizza, carrots, apple, chips Thur: Chicken Tenders, cheesy potatoes, fruit Fri: Baked spaghetti, salad, fruit, garlic bread
PICK UP LOCATIONS: Parkside Elementary School St. Francisville Methodist Church Russellville Church Central Christian Church Casey’s bus stop Lincoln School bus stop 12th and Wabash bus stop 4th and Jefferson bus stop
Starting Monday, our free lunch menu has changed. Plus we are delivering to some district bus stops. Any CUSD #20 student is eligible to order a lunch by calling the Unit Office at 943-2326 on Friday, 3/20 between 8:00 and 12:00 to signup and let us know your pick up location.
Parents are asked to pick up their child's medicine by 3:30 today from the school he or she attends.
REMINDER: Free sack lunches will be handed out Wed 3/18, Fri 3/20, Mon 3/23, Wed 3/25, and Fri 3/27 from 10:00 to 12:00 at the front drive of Parkside Elementary School. Please call the Unit Office at 943-2326 to let us know which days you want a sack lunch.
CUSD#20 students: Please email, email@example.com, to contact the school if an EMERGENCY situation should arise and you need the assistance of a counselor, food, or help.
CORRECTION...Please call 943-2326 on Monday to let us know how many sack lunches you will be needing.
CUSD #20 will be providing free sack lunches of ham sandwich, chips, carrots, fruit, dessert, and drink for anyone under 18 during the school closing. Lunches are provided Mon, Wed, and Fri from 10:00 to 12:00 in the Parkside circle drive. Call 945-2326 on 3/16 to order lunch.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the LCAC production of Legally Blonde has been postponed. LCAC will keep the community informed of rescheduled dates.
Governor Pritzker has ordered all public and private schools closed starting Tuesday, March 17th through Monday, March 30th. We will return to school on Tuesday, March 31st. During this time, there will be no extra curricular activities.
Reminder for 8th Grade Parents. Tonight is a meeting at 6:30 in the LHS Cafeteria for Freshmen Registration.
CUSD #20 will dismiss two hours early tomorrow, Friday, March 6, 2020 for a teacher In-service.
CUSD #20 is looking for three aides, a special education secretary, and bus drivers. Pick-up an application at the district office if interested.
CUSD #20 will dismiss one hour early on Thursday, February 13th. There will be no school on Friday (2/14) for Parent/teacher conferences or Monday (2/17) for Presidents' Day.
The boys basketball game at Newton for tonight has been canceled and will be played on Wednesday.
CUSD #20 will be dismissing tomorrow (Friday, January 17th) two hours early. School will not be in session Monday, January 20th in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
CUSD #20 will be dismissing TODAY, Friday, December 20th at 2:00 for the winter break. HAPPY HOLIDAYS!
NO School today, Tuesday, December 17th due to road conditions.
The High School Girls' Basketball game for tonight is cancelled.
No School tomorrow (Dec 16th) for Unit #20 due to road conditions.
The 2020 Illinois Parent Survey is available. http://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/survey/parent/
PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that a regular meeting of the Board of Education, Lawrence County CUSD #20, on Wednesday, December 18, 2019 in the Community Room of Parkside Elementary School, 1900 Cedar Street, Lawrenceville, Illinois 62439, at 7:00 p.m., the Board will hold a public hearing to seek a waiver of Illinois School Code Requirement: Article 105 ILCS 5/10-20, 12a concerning tuition of non-resident students of Lawrence County CUSD #20 full-time employees.
CUSD #20 will dismiss 1 hour early on Tuesday, November 26th, and no school on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday. Have a great Thanksgiving!!
No School tomorrow (Nov 12th) for Unit #20 due to weather conditions.
JOB OPPORTUNITY: CUSD #20 is seeking a full time building and grounds keeper. Stop by the district office at 1802 Cedar Street or call 943-2326, for more information.
CUSD #20 will be having Parent/teacher conferences this week. All schools will dismiss 1 hour early on Thursday, October 24th and there is no school on Friday, October 25th. Please call the school office to schedule a conference.
For today’s School Improvement Program, CUSD #20 staff attended a presentation given by Eric Nation from the Drug Endangered Children program. Our staff learned how to work with other agencies in recognizing and assisting students who live in situations involving drugs.
There will be no school for CUSD #20 on Friday, October 11th or Monday, October 14th.
One hour early dismissal on Friday, October 4th.
Please read this message regarding House Bill 3586 and Special Education Services. https://5il.co/a0ao