Lebo-Waverly schools are in the process of putting together our continuous learning plan. Please call or text 785-229-5732 if you DO NOT have reliable internet access at home! f you text this information, please let us know who the text is from.
Thursday the continuity commission will release guidance to schools regarding continuing to educate and how to work with our families. Our administrators will meet online Friday to continue hatching a plan. Keep in mind...Safety first! Do not put yourself in proximity of other people. No face to face. No personal contact. Stay away from other people. This is for your safety, as well as, their safety. Learning to read and write is secondary, at this time, to your health and the health and safety of others. Our #1 charge is to provide a safe environment for students and staff. Right now that means stay away from other people as much as possible. Please do not do anything to cause people to come near you or come near each other. We will, in time, get processes in place for education and meals. For now, be patient! Sincerely, Corey Reese, Superintendent Lebo Waverly USD 243
Governor Kelly announced the closure of ALL Kansas schools for the rest of the school year, due to COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus). We will keep you updated and informed on how USD 243 Lebo-Wavely will handle the event.
The Governor will hold a news conference in the 4:00-4:30 time frame with VERY important information about our school. PLEASE tune in to your local media to receive this info!
Everyone, Randy Watson, Commissioner of Education, has recommended closure of schools that are coming off spring break this week. The Governor supports this recommendation. I have meetings tomorrow with County Emergency, Health, and School Leaders. I will let you know what comes from this meeting. Moving forward all district activities are cancelled including sports practice. There will be no sports or activity practice this week. There is a phrase called "Flattening the Curve". I will send you a video that explains the concept. We need everyone to self isolate as much as you can. We need to take universal precautions such as hygiene and hand washing. Encourage everyone to keep their kids as isolated as possible. Stay away from places people gather. This is kind of like a full court press, everybody has to be committed to slowing this disease down. If 4 out 5 people cooperate, It will be layups for this virus. We need everybody to self social isolate in order to slow this thing down. We are on spring break but need to have the mindset that we are closed due to a very fast moving and infectious illness. Sincerely, -- Corey Reese, Superintendent Lebo Waverly USD 243
KSHSAA —The Kansas State High School Activities Association serves students by providing leadership for the administration of education based interscholastic activities— To: Member Schools RE: Suspension of Spring Activities/Athletics COVID 19 – Updated information for spring activities Effective Monday, March 16, all spring sports and activities are suspended through Sunday, March 22. This includes cancellation of all practices and competitions for this week. This prohibition is consistent with KSDE and governmental guidance and may be extended, should conditions warrant. Please note spring sports team members are prohibited from club or outside team participation and practice during this period. Not only would such outside participation be contrary to handbook rule, it would be contrary to the very reason activities are cancelled during the time we seek to mitigate potential transfer of the contagion. kshsaa.org
USD 243 Lebo-Waverly Schools will NOT BE IN SESSION ON FRIDAY, MARCH 13! NO SCHOOL TOMORROW due to the potential exposure and spread of virus germs.
Lebo-Waverly Schools will NOT be in session on Thursday, Feb. 13! NO School Thursday, Feb. 13
Lebo-Waverly schools will have a 2 hour delayed start today, Wednesday January 29. School will start at 10:00. No Breakfast will be served and no morning pre-school.
Lebo Waverly Schools will have a 2 hour delayed start today, Friday, January 24, 2020. No breakfast or morning preschool. School will start at 10:00
Due to the lingering freezing rain, School has been cancelled for today, Friday, January 17. NO SCHOOL TODAY FOR LEBO-WAVERLY. EVENING ACTIVITIES WILL GO ON AS SCHEDULED
This is a message from USD 243 Lebo-Waverly. USD 243 Schools will have a 2 hour delayed start on Friday, Jan. 17. School will begin at 10:00. There will be NO pre-school and breakfast will NOT be served! School will begin at 10:00
Several of our USD 243 students helped with the Wolf Creek Children's Christmas on Saturday, December 14, 2019.
There will be NO morning pre-school tomorrow, December 17
USD 243 Lebo-Waverly will have a 2 hour delayed start on Tuesday, December 17. School will start at 10:00
USD 243 Lebo-Waverly schools will not be in session on Monday, December 16 due to weather all activities have been canceled
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Waverly High School Senior, Megan Foster, has been named a National Finalist in the Wendy's Heisman Scholarship competition. There are twelve finalists. The national winner will be announced December 4th. Megan Won the Dang Day! WAY TO GO MEGAN!
Just a reminder, Lebo-Waverly Schools will dismiss at 11:30 on Tuesday, November, 19 due to a scheduled power outage. NO school lunch will be server.