Saturday, August 29, 2015

Thomas Jefferson School


New Breakfast and Lunch Guidelines

We are pleased to inform you that the Rock Island-Milan School District has been approved to participate in the USDA Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) for the 2015-2016 school year. That means that we can offer breakfast and lunch at no cost to all of our students in RIMSD regardless of income or meal eligibility requirements. All students can participate without having to pay a fee or submit an application. Ala carte items, extra lunches, additional entrees and single cartons of milk may be purchased separately. If you have any questions about the program please call the Food Service Department at 309-793-5900 x212.   There may be some questions about reimbursements if students have already placed money in accounts, so it’s best to contact the food service department 309-793-5900... 

TJ General School Information

School Hours 8:15     Students may be on school grounds 8:25     First bell – line up 8:30     Second bell 8:35     Tardy if later than this! 2:10     Early dismissal every Wednesday 3:00     Normal dismissal Before School Line Up in Gym Student Absences/Tardies If your child will be absent for any reason, please call the school office before 9:00 a.m. (793-5985). If a student is tardy, a parent must come into school and sign him/her in. Please bring a doctor/dentist excuse if your child’s absence is due to an appointment. When a student leaves early, he/she must be signed out in the office. Please list family members/friends who are allowed to pick up your child as your emergency contacts on their registration card. Although unforeseen occurrences such as car trouble... 

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School Supply List 2015-2016

The school supply lists for the 2015-2016 year are online >>   Read More →

Resources for Health Concerns

Two viruses have been in the news lately: the Enterovirus and Ebola. The Rock Island-Milan School District has provided resources on the web site for parents to familiarize themselves and talk with their students about healthy practices and safe hygiene.  Read More →

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