No lunches during spring break
March 23, 2020
School superintendent Dr. Pamela Stephens issued a call Monday night to teachers, staff and families providing an update about school lunches.
Stephens said anyone who called prior to 2 p.m. Monday would receive delivery of school lunches by bus if they asked to be on the delivery list. The district can deliver 1200 meals and requests for delivered meals have reached that level, Stephens said.
Meals can still be picked up at the Adair County Primary Center and more could be added to that list if needed. Those meals are picked up between 10 a.m. and noon.
Stephens also took the opportunity to thank staff for the continued love and support they have shown as students are being provided an education while at home. Teachers have been innovative, using video to help students supplement a packet of materials they are responsible for completing while being out of the classroom.
Schools will now be closed through Friday, April 17, 2020, based on information received from the governor’s office Friday afternoon. Because of emergency procedures now in place statewide, schools are allowed to count the days students are engaged in learning at home as instructional days, provided they meet the guidelines set forth by the Kentucky Department of Education.