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Kimball Public Schools will be operating in an alternative learning environment for the remainder of the 2019/2020 school year, per recommendation of the Panhandle Public Health District and COVID-19 Unified Command.

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Current Positive Cases in Kimball County Warrant Concern with Health Officials

Current Positive Cases in Kimball County Warrant Concern with Health Officials

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Kimball Public Schools Will Operate In An Alternative Learning Environment For Remainder of 2019/2020 School Year

Good afternoon,   Our school district will be operating in an alternative learning environment for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year.  Kimball Public Schools, as well as all school districts in the Panhandle, will remain closed for the remainder of this year.    Also, traditional graduation ceremonies will not be possible this May.  We will work to determine . . .

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Panhandle COVID-19 Unified Command Announces First Positive Case in Kimball County

Panhandle COVID-19 Unified Command Announces First Positive Case in Kimball County  

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Superintendent Pay Transparency Contract and Notice

2019-2020 Superintendent Contract 2019-2020 Superintendent Pay Transparency Notice 2020-2021 Superintendent Contract 2020-2021 Superintendent Pay Transparency Notice

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Panhandle COVID-19 Unified Command Announces Two More Positive Cases in Kimball County

Panhandle COVID-19 Unified Command Announces Two More Positive Cases in Kimball County

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Directed Health Measures

Please see and follow the detailed information in the attached Directed Health Measures (DHM) from our Panhandle Public Health District.  These DHMs are ordered for Kimball as well as other districts and localities in the region.  As part of these DHMs,  Kimball Public Schools are directed to remain closed until May 11, 2020.   Thank you,   Dr. Elizabeth Owens, Superintendent . . .

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WHAT DOES SELF-QUARANTINE MEAN?

WHAT DOES SELF-QUARANTINE MEAN?  

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