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June Update under the Superintendent tab

Weld Re-8 Community,
Please check the June Update under the Superintendent tab for information regarding a possible Mill Levy Override (MLO) on the November 2019 ballot. We will host our next meeting for anyone interested in serving on the committee the week of July 8, 2019. I will update with the exact date, location and time as soon as I receive the needed information. Thank you for all you do for our community. - Alan
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Transportation Schedule Changes

Parents/Guardians
The 2019/2020 School year will bring a change to the scheduling of pick up and drop off times for your student. The Transportation Department will now be using a Tiered busing schedule. Please check your student calendars for new school start times, and be aware that we will be transporting Middle School, Homyak and High School students first, and return to transport Elementary students second.
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Mill Levy Override (MLO) Community Meeting

Weld Re-8 Community: There is a Mill Levy Override (MLO) community meeting on Wednesday, June 19th at 6:00 p.m. in the district office board room located at 200 South Fulton Avenue. Please join us for an opportunity to learn about finances inside Weld Re-8. The mill levy override funds ongoing operational needs such as teachers, bus drivers, books and education software. Our current MLO expires December of 2020. Thank you and have a great evening.
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New 2019-2020 Ridership Program

NEW 2019-2020 RIDERSHIP PROGRAM

The Weld Re-8 School District is now offering a new Ridership Program on a space available basis to students in Grades K-12 who are not currently eligible for transportation bus service under District Policy EEA....... Please click head line for full story.
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Measles Public Health Notice

Public Health Notice – Measles
Between January 1 and May 10, 2019, the U.S. has 839 cases of measles in 23 states. Six states are experiencing ongoing outbreaks of the disease. A measles outbreak is defined as three or more cases in 1 month. This is the greatest number of cases reported in the U.S. since measles was eliminated in 2000. Additional measles cases may occur if travelers get measles elsewhere and bring it to communities where residents are not vaccinated against the disease. As of May 1, 2019, there are no cases of measles in Colorado (there was one measles case in January from an adult who traveled overseas). (Please click the heading for more information.)
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