FOOD RECALL NOTICE: On Tuesday, May 9th, our School Nutrition Department was notified of a food recall involving Hilltop Hearth frozen waffles. These waffles had been used throughout the district on Monday, May 8th as part of a new chicken and waffle option on the menu. Per our standards, Nutrition Services contacted every school's kitchen directly and determined that most of the waffles had already been consumed by students and staff. What had not been consumed will be destroyed.
The recall is the result of potential product contamination caused by Listeria monocytogenes. There has not been any reported cases of illness, according to the manufacturer, Pinnacle Foods. For more information on the recall, click here
DON'T MISS OUT: Beginning this spring, parents will be able to register online for the 2017-2018 school year! A new online fee/payment system will also become available. Parents must have an online Parent Portal account created to access both of these new additions. Click here to create your account, or visit Freda Markley's office for help so you can be ready when these systems go live!
Looking for something to do during Spring Break? On March 14, the Blue Ridge Mid-Continent Public Library will host the KC Zoomobile: Amazing Amphibians at 10:00 a.m. Explore the amazing world of amphibians with a story revealing facts about amphibian habitats and adaptations. Then meet two or three of the Kansas City Zoo's amphibian animal ambassadors. Ages 5 and up. Learn more at the library, (816) 761-3382.
PARENTS: No parent can be completely prepared for every trial and tribulation of raising a child - especially in our fast-paced world. HMC-1 wants to know what you as a parent would like more information and advice on. Please take our short survey to help decide what topis will be discussed at our upcoming Parent University, April 4th.
NEW HARASSMENT & BULLYING POLICY POSTED: Important information related to changes in Missouri criminal codes has been posted to the District's website. These changes may have an impact on students in the HMC-1 community. The purpose behind the new laws is to protect students who fall victim to bullying and to discourage students from engaging in any sort of physical altercations.
As of January 1, 2017, substantial revisions to some of the Missouri criminal codes took effect. Please see the newly posted policy for details and answers to frequently asked questions.
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