- Wednesday, March 15:
- 1-hour Early Dismissal (JH/HS-1:50pm / Elementaries-2:05pm)
- Conferences: 3:00pm-7:00pm
- Thursday, March 16:
- Regular Dismissal
- Conferences: 3:30pm-6:00pm
It’s always great to see our students in the news. We are proud of our students!
News Gazette Article: Salt Fork students’ Project has Heart and Sole,
DACC Article: Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering Competition Held at DACC
Salt Fork North Elementary School will be hosting their annual Father-Daughter Dance on Friday, February 10 from 6pm-7:30pm.
The South Elementary/Junior High Father-Daughter Dance will be Saturday, February 11 from 6pm-7:30pm. Looking forward to having a great time!
On August 1, 2016, water samples were collected at the south campus and sent to PDC Laboratories for testing regarding lead levels. The full report is below. Results will be shared with the consultant at Courtice-Grason, and we will follow the recommendations they provide.
Recently concerns were expressed regarding the water quality at the South Campus. To ensure that all students were receiving safe, clean drinking water, the District contacted PDC Laboratories to assist with water quality testing. PDC Laboratories recommended we test for lead, copper, nitrates, and coliform/e.coli bacteria.
On May 8 & 9, 2016, fifteen water samples were collected from various drinking fountains and sinks on both the South Campus and North Campus following the protocols established by PDC Laboratories. The sample containers were packaged and shipped on May 9, 2016. Samples were received by PDC Laboratories on May 10, 2016.
Late in the evening on May 16, 2016, PDC Laboratories provided a draft report, which indicated one fountain on the South Campus (fountain near the Library) had lead levels that exceeded the recommended concentration. The draft report indicated additional testing would be done on the sample to ensure the reading was proper. As a precautionary measure, the fountain was taken out of service. The draft report also indicated that nitrate levels for the North Campus were near the maximum allowable concentration. The water provider was contacted and indicated that nitrate levels had been somewhat high.
On May 21, 2016, PDC Laboratories issued the final report. The lead level of one fountain at the South Campus (fountain near the Library) did have lead levels exceeding the recommended concentration. That fountain will remain out of service as we work to correct that situation. Nitrate levels at the North Campus were near the recommendation maximum allowable. We will continue to monitor that situation with the provider. No other issues were present in any samples.
The full report of water conditions is available for public review. Please know that it is our desire to provide safe, clean water for all of our students, staff, and campus visitors. We will continue to monitor the situation as we develop and institute protocols for our water system.
We are approaching the end of the school year, so please take a look at your child’s Breakfast/Lunch account. Whether your child receives Free, Reduced or Full Paid Breakfast/Lunch their account has to have sufficient funds prior to purchasing a Breakfast, Lunch or extra entrees. As of September 21, 2015 we began serving a cheese sandwich and milk for any student whose balance is more than ($10.00).
As of May 1, 2016, the students no longer can charge anything on their account. They must have funds on the account before they get a Breakfast or sign up for Lunch. If you have any questions please see your Secretary at your school.
There will be a Salt Fork Girls Basketball Camp held this summer for girls in 5-12 grades (2016-17 school year grade level). The cost is $20. Please return sign up forms to your school’s office by Friday, May 20th.
High School girls will meet between May 31st to June 30th. See the HS Sports practice page for more information.
5th-8th grade girls will meet June 13th – 16th at the Salt Fork High School from 10:30 am – 12:00 pm.
Click here to view the 2016-17 Salt Fork Schools Calendar. Early dismissal days and times will be announced later
The USDA and Illinois State Board of Education put on a Summer Meal Program for all children aged 18 and under. If you are interested, you can call (800) 359-2163 for more information.
The Board Of Education of the Salt Fork Community Unit School District # 512 will conduct a Public Hearing Regarding the Issuance of Working Fund Bonds on Wednesday, January 20, 2016, at 6:30 PM. The meeting will be held in the South Campus Board Room.