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INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT #129
VISION AND Mission

"Achieving Excellence"

"Through partnerships with families, community and staff, we will provide exemplary educational opportunities, preparing all students for successful futures."

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2018-19 School Calendar

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ontevideo K-3 Local Literacy Plan
Achievement and Integration Plan
Achievement and Integration Progress Report

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The radio program, “ISD 129 News and Views,” is aired every Monday at the following times:

     KDMA-8:45 am   -   KMGM-7:15 am   -   KKRC-8:15 am

 
School News and Views
 Interviews will be archived for three months.

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After being posted for 2 weeks, Public Notices will be moved from this page to the "Public Notices" link to the left side of this screen.

               "Please inform us if your child is ill with flu-like symptoms which include a fever of 100 degrees or higher and a sore throat or cough."

It would also be a good idea to have the following link about fighting-the-flu on our school website.  
The "Flu Symptoms Screening Tool" message has been sent out to families.

               "Please inform us if your child is ill with flu-like symptoms which include a fever of 100 degrees or higher and a sore throat or cough."

It would also be a good idea to have the following link about fighting-the-flu on our school website.  
The "Flu Symptoms Screening Tool" message has been sent out to families.

               "Please inform us if your child is ill with flu-like symptoms which include a fever of 100 degrees or higher and a sore throat or cough."

It would also be a good idea to have the following link about fighting-the-flu on our school website.  
The "Flu Symptoms Screening Tool" message has been sent out to families.
A Message From Mary Moore, RN, Licensed School Nurse


The flu season has begun and illness is starting in our community.   Influenza is an upper respiratory disease that usually lasts for 5-7 days causing fever, body aches, cough, sore throat and fatigue. The flu virus can spread easily in schools, sports teams and at work.

The flu vaccine is recommended for everyone 6 months and older.  Instead of missing several days of school or work, there is still time to call Countryside Public Health at 320-269-2174 or your medical clinic for an appointment to be vaccinated.

Please refer to the attached “Influenza Symptom Screening Tool for Parents and Caregivers” for information about when you should keep your child home.  

Contact your school nurse or family physician if you have further questions about influenza.
A Message From Mary Moore, RN, Licensed School Nurse


The flu season has begun and illness is starting in our community.   Influenza is an upper respiratory disease that usually lasts for 5-7 days causing fever, body aches, cough, sore throat and fatigue. The flu virus can spread easily in schools, sports teams and at work.

The flu vaccine is recommended for everyone 6 months and older.  Instead of missing several days of school or work, there is still time to call Countryside Public Health at 320-269-2174 or your medical clinic for an appointment to be vaccinated.

Please refer to the attached “Influenza Symptom Screening Tool for Parents and Caregivers” for information about when you should keep your child home.  

Contact your school nurse or family physician if you have further questions about influenza.