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Temporary lay-off or federal furlough without pay - info. for families

During a temporary lay-off or federal furlough without pay, families can apply for free or reduced price school meal benefits using current income information. The shutdown represents a temporary reduction in income and families experiencing these reductions must have the opportunity to apply for benefits, if needed. Applications must include all other household income and be completed according to requirements. Once the shutdown ceases, families can request their meal benefits be terminated. Applications for free or reduced lunch can be picked up in the front office. For questions, contact free&reducedpriceschoolmeals@cde.state.co.us.
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What is a Parent Portal Account?

All parents should have a parent portal account. This allows parents to check student grades, attendance, add $ to lunch accounts and re-enroll their student(s) for the upcoming 2019-20 school year. If you are not sure if you have a parent portal account or you cannot remember your username or password or if you have any questions, please call the front office at (970)247-3718. Parent portals are required for re-enrollment. Re-enrollment is required for all returning students. The re-enrollment process will begin in March, more details coming home in Friday folders soon.
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You're Invited!

The Durango 9-R Board of Education invites you to join them for coffee on Wednesday, February 6th at 10am. This is an opportunity to meet with school board members and discuss topics of interest. The event takes place at the Durango Joe's on College Drive and will be hosted by school board President Nancy Stubbs and Vice President Stephanie Moran.
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Common Grounds Brews Up Some New Ideas

Common Grounds Cafe was established in 2014 as a partnership between Durango School District 9-R and the Durango Library. The Cafe’s mission is to create a viable job-skills training site for students with special needs. The work experiences provides students with skills to find independency in the community and to obtain work.
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