USD 103 Cheylin is looking for: a part-time preschool assistant (approximately 2 hours) a junior high boys basketball head coach bus drivers and substitute bus drivers Contact Anne Coon at 785-734-2341 if you or someone you know is interested.
Dear Parents and Guardians, USD 103, Cheylin Schools, is pleased to announce that the Summer Food Service Program has been renewed beginning September 09, 2020 and will run through December 22, 2020 or until federal money is no longer available. All breakfasts and lunches will be free for students attending Cheylin USD 103, and students will be automatically enrolled in the program and counted in the daily classroom counts. Money that has been deposited in student meal accounts will simply be rolled over to the next semester or whenever the federal lunch program runs out. Please feel free to contact the school if you have any questions. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
Dear USD 103 Parents, Here is the updated plan for USD 103 to start school. The text that was sent out was not the most updated version....Here is the updated version. This is the current plan for parents to know: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QFupEraaoVwc6WFdEwWKFSfrGLev7U4zd7bRTOVYBr4/edit?usp=sharing Contact me if you have any questions. We are glad that you are in the Cheylin USD 103 School District! Dr. Brian Pekarek Superintendent of Cheylin 620-218-2060
Message from the USD 103 Superintendent to Staff, Students, and Parents: Dear USD 103 Cheylin Family, My name is Dr. Brian Pekarek, and I am the new School Superintendent for Cheylin USD 103. I am pleased to share with you the 11-page plan that our teachers, board, and administration have worked on during July and August in order to keep our students, staff, and community safe as we start school for the fall semester. These plans have taken many weeks to develop over the course of the last 2 months, and we have had many challenges, changes, and edits during this time from many stakeholders on all sides of the COVID-19 issue. However, our main job is to educate your children to the best of our ability, and this is our main purpose in planning school and keeping your children safe. Therefore, at this time, the administration and school board are excited to share this plan with you as we believe that we have a good compromise between all sides of this complex issue. Although the plan is not perfect, and we may have to adapt this plan “as we go” through the semester (as changes develop), we would ask that the parents would “offer us grace” as we try to meet the needs of students, staff, parents, and community so that we can safely bring our children back to school for the fall semester. We are excited to see the parents and students at enrollment on Thursday (tomorrow), and very excited to start the school year with the students and staff! Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Thank you so much. Sincerely, Dr. Brian Pekarek Cheylin Superintendent of Schools 620-218-2060 cell
At the school board meeting last night, the school board voted to have students start school on August 17th to give teachers the week of August 10-14 to complete trainings and Covid preparations. The first 8 Friday’s we WILL attend school as a way to cushion our schedule in case of a covid closure. If those days aren’t used for Covid closure, they will be taken off the spring semester. The beginning of the year picnic has been changed to a cruise night with ice cream given out in front of the high school on August 10th beginning at 8:00 pm.