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Cedar Grove-Belgium School District Summer School  summer school?

As the calendar turns to April, several families have been inquiring about the District's plan for Summer School. At this time, the decision on Summer School for June 2020 has been postponed until May 1.  Watch the District's website for information regarding this upcoming decision.  The District is discussing potential options for some summer school offerings to occur in early August.  The decision regarding an August 2020 Summer School schedule will be made on, or before, July 1.  Once again, please watch the District's website for announcements regarding Summer School offerings.  It remains our hope that we will be able to provide Summer School 2020 programming, but the current health directives, at the time, will be needed to guide our decisions.  Thank you for your understanding.   

Recreational Options from Home! Planet Fitness

As we are in this time of “Safer At Home”, and with our recreational options being limited, we will try and give you some options for exercise, mental stimulation, and opportunities to improve/explore a skill…..ALL FROM HOME AND ALL AT NO COST.

If you workout at the CG-B Fitness Center or another facility, you’re most likely missing your daily workout.  The folks at Planet Fitness are here to help!

Ericka, the PF Regional Manager, has provided some helpful links, to a 20 minute (or less) daily workout.  They call them WORK-INS, and is live daily at 6:00pm CT. There is no equipment needed -- and these are all free of charge!

Here’s the easy way to access these…. Just visit the Planet Fitness Facebook Page:  https://www.facebook.com/planetfitness

Can’t make it at 6pm…. No problem!  You may still access the videos on their Facebook Page or on the Planet Fitness You Tube Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/planetfitnessnh 

Hope this helps you get moving again!

 

Food Distribution for Families in Need Two pick-up Sites now available!

Food for FamiliesBeginning on Monday, April 6 there will be a mobile food pantry set up from 11am to 1pm at the turnaround by the CG-B District Office AND near the concession stand at the Belgium Park.  This is the same time the CG-B lunch pick up will occur at the Middle School and the Fire Station in Belgium, so families in need can stop by either mobile food pantry location for curbside pickup at that time as well.  Boxes of food will be distributed from 11am-1pm on Mondays of each week until further notice.

The mobile food pantry is coordinated by the CG-B Food Pantry with boxes of food provided by the Sheboygan Food Bank.  The goal is to help those families in need that have had their employment and overall situations affected by COVID-19. Food is available to any CG-B families and residents.  

If a family is in need but unable to pick up from the mobile food pantry on Mondays, please contact Sally Ketterhagen at sketterhagen@cgbrockets.com.  

 

Food Distribution for Families in Need Food for Families

Beginning on Monday, March 30 there will be a mobile food pantry set up from 11am to 1pm at the turnaround by the CG-B District Office.  This is the same time the CG-B lunch pick up will occur at the Middle School, so families in need can come by the District Office turnaround for curbside pickup at that time as well.  Boxes of food will be distributed from 11am-1pm on Mondays of each week until further notice.

The mobile food pantry is coordinated by the CG-B Food Pantry with boxes of food provided by the Sheboygan Food Bank.  The goal is to help those families in need that have had their employment and overall situations affected by COVID-19. Food is available to any CG-B families and residents.  

If a family is in need but unable to pick up from the mobile food pantry on Mondays, please contact Sally Ketterhagen at sketterhagen@cgbrockets.com.  

  

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Lunch Program Lunch Bag

While schools are closed, CGBSD’s Food Service program will be providing FREE meals to ALL children age 18 and under. (you do not need to qualify for free and reduced lunch) Wednesday, March 18th  families will be able to drive-thru or walk up to receive their grab-and-go meals between 11-1:00, at that time a lunch will be provided for both Wednesday and Thursday. We will start up again after Spring Break on March 30th. 

Meal pick-up locations: 

1. Main entrance of Middle School. 2. Belgium Fire Department (East Entrance) 195 Commerce Street.

Children will receive a grab-and-go lunch.  Meals are available to all children, not just those attending CGBSD. 

This program is solely for the pick-up of meals; meals will not be consumed on-site. We encourage families to continue to be proactive in reducing the risk of COVID-19 by not congregating at the pick-up locations. Continue to wash your hands often, sneeze or cough into a tissue or elbow, and stay home if you are sick. 

Program locations and times subject to change. Meals available while supplies last. This institution is an equal opportunity provider. 

Tammy Peiffer
Food Nutrition Manager, 
Cedar Grove-Belgium School District. 920-668-8686 ext. 237
tpeiffer@cgbrockets.com

 

Open Enrollment Open enrollment

Cedar Grove-Belgium School District is now accepting OPEN ENROLLMENT applications.

What is Public School Open Enrollment?
Each year parents can apply for their children to attend school in a district other than the one in which they reside.  This Open Enrollment allows families the flexibility of residency while achieving the goal of a high quality education for their children.

If your child is already open enrolled there is no need to reapply. If you have any questions please contact Amy Schoeder at aschoeder@cgbrockets.com

For more information please visit the Wisconsin Department of Instruction Public School Open Enrollment.

 

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