Hybrid Learning Model Proposed (3rd Marking Period)

The School District of the City of York has proposed a preliminary plan to move to a Hybrid Learning model for the third marking period at the School Board Committee Meeting last evening. Please be aware this plan will still need to be approved by the School Board of Directors at the School Board Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, January 20, 2021, at 6:30 PM. You can find details for the proposed plan by viewing the links below: https://www.ycs.k12.pa.us/blog/hybrid-learning-model-proposal-3rd-marking-period/


En la reunión del Comité del Consejo del Plantel Escolar anoche, el Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de York propuso un plan preliminar para pasar a un modelo de aprendizaje híbrido para el tercer período. Tenga en cuenta que este plan aún deberá ser aprobado por la Junta Escolar en la reunión de la Junta Escolar programada para el miércoles 20 de enero de 2021. Puede encontrar los detalles del plan propuesto en los siguientes enlaces: https://www.ycs.k12.pa.us/blog/hybrid-learning-model-proposal-3rd-marking-period/

 

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Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program

The School District of the City of York is the recipient of a Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Program (FFVP) grant through the Richard B. Russell National School Lunch Act.  The purpose of the program, available to students in Pre-K to 6th grade, is to:

1) increase elementary school children’s consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables

2) to expose elementary school students to new fruits and vegetables

3) to improve healthy eating habits

4) to help elementary schools create healthier school food environments

We encourage parents/guardians to get involved by asking your child about the fruits or vegetables they have tasted in school recently. Open a discussion at the dinner table. In the grocery store, take a walk through the produce aisle to see how many items your child can identify from school.

In addition to tasting new foods each week, they are also participating in exercises to increase their knowledge about the foods that many are experiencing for the first time.  Together, we can make a positive impact in teaching our children how to make healthy eating choices.

Here are some coloring pages and fact sheets to get students talking and learning about healthy foods:

Blueberry Facts

Blueberry Coloring Page

Celery Facts

Celery Coloring Page

Napa Cabbage Facts

Napa Cabbage Coloring Page

Baby Rainbow Carrot Facts

Baby Rainbow Carrot Coloring Page

Seckel Pear Facts

Red Plum Facts

Red Plum Coloring Page

Red Bell Pepper Facts

Bell Pepper Coloring Page

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