The USDA has announced that school meals will be FREE to all students 18 and under for the remainder of the school year. Please watch this brief YouTube video to learn more about how this...
The Solon Community School District is partnering with the Visiting Nurse Association to provide flu shots to our students, staff, families and community. The clinics will be held on October 7th,...
This month's video update features the Solon Community School District's administrative team discussing COVID-19 mitigation efforts at all four of our schools.
The USDA has announced that school meals will be FREE to all students 18 and under for the remainder of the school year. Please watch this brief YouTube video to learn more about how this opportunity for our students also benefits the school district.
October 2, 2020
The Iowa Department of Public Health issued new guidance related to when to quarantine and what type of face covering offers the greatest protection. The guidance is summarized below:
• Quarantines will not be required when a masked individual tests positive and all close contacts were wearing masks. Close contacts will need to self-monitor.
• Masks offer the greatest protection from COVID spread. Gaiters and shields do not offer the same level of protection as masks.
The administrative team and nurses met this morning to review our current mitigation practices and the new guidance from the IDPH. We concluded that all current mitigation practices will continue to be implemented and our face covering expectation will encourage the use of masks to offer students and staff the greatest level of protection.
The IDPH recognizes the use of masks as protection when social distancing is compromised so the use of masks is an important mitigation practice in keeping all students onsite everyday. If your child currently uses a shield or gaiter and you have questions, please contact your child’s school principal.
The success of our return to onsite learning for all students everyday has been a model across Iowa. We will continue to assess and review our data and all new guidance from public health and Department of Education in keeping all students and staff safely onsite.
Davis Eidahl, Superintendent
Josh Lyons, Director of Teaching and Learning
Zach Wigle, High School Principal
Mike Herdliska, Middle School Principal
Jessica Tabor, Lakeview and Intermediate Principal
Effective Monday, October 5th bus routes 3, 4, 9, & 14 will be adjusted to single routes. See the link below for the revisions.
No goal is too high if we climb with care and confidence - Truett Cathy. @Soloncsd Back and Better Together! Thank you principals, teachers, staff, students and parents for making our Return To Learn (100% onsite, everyday) a big success to start the year.