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SCHOOL Phone Numbers FAX Address
Custer Elementary 673-4483 673-4515 1415 Wildcat Lane
Preschool 673-2001 673-4515 1415 Wildcat Lane
Lunchroom (Custer) 673-4157 673-4515 1415 Wildcat Lane
Custer Sr/Jr High 673-4473 673-4710 1645 Wildcat Lane
Hermosa 255-4345 255-4190 PO Box 27 / 11 4th St. Hermosa, SD 57744
Administration 673-3154 673-5607 527 Montgomery
Special Education 673-2171 673-5607 527 Montgomery
GED Office 673-4144 or 673-1661 527 Montgomery
Contact Renae Schneider
Rural Prenatal to Five Head Start Office cell: 209-3116 527 Montgomery
Contact Kelly Aves email@example.com
ACE School 673-3592 673-5607 527 Montgomery
Contact Dave Williams firstname.lastname@example.org
In-town Bus Stops
- 7:18am at Super 8 area and 7:21am at the Sentinel Federal Credit Union.
- There will be a bus that will stop at Lynn’s in the AM for pick up at 7:26 am.
- After school, the Pass Creek bus (turkey picture in window) drops off at Purple Pie Place/Super 8 area. Carrol Creek bus (dog picture in window) drops off at Shopko
- Monday, April 22 – Spring Break (no school)
- May 18, 2019 - CHS Graduation – 2 p.m.
- May 23 – Last day of school for students/staff – students early release at noon
Custer Junior/Senior High School
You may also pick-up the following:
BACK-TO-SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE – Tuesday, Aug. 21 – 5:30-7 p.m. – Come meet your teacher(s) – bring school supplies – pay for milk & meals.
All athletes must have an annual physical done before the first day of practice.
if they are participating in a high school sport.
To get a copy of the physical form, click on the following:http://www.sdhsaa.com/Forms/Athletics.aspx
Then click on the Physical Exam link see pages 4-14
Note: All homeschool students must have completed a 2018-19 Public School Exemption form
with the CSD Office prior to competing in an activity.
Custer Elementary School (CES) – K-6
1415 Wildcat Lane – 673-4483 ~ 7:30~4 p.m., Mon.-Thurs.
CUSTER PLAY-PARTNERS PRESCHOOL
WHAT: Custer School District Special Needs Preschool has openings for children having NO developmental delays. This program is a structured preschool with lots of activities for everyone. It provides “Play-Partners” for the children having developmental delays.
WHERE: Custer Elementary PreSchool located on 527 Montgomery St.
WHEN: Our first Quarter begins on Aug. 29 - Oct. 18, 2018
WHY: We will be selecting preschool-age children (Play-Partners) to model socialization and communication skills (for preschoolers with special needs). REQUIREMENTS: • Pre-payment of tuition: $70 a quarter, in order to cover milk, snacks, arts/crafts and overhead costs. • Up-to-date immunization records. • Birth Certificate. Note: Preschool-age children who have completed the developmental screening with an average score and minimal behavior checks, will be given priority in the selection process of Play-Partners. COST: $70.00 per Quarter (4 quarters per school year) – pre-payment required prior to the beginning of each quarter child is enrolled. CONTACT: Diana Ziolkowski, CSD Preschool Teacher at 440-0726 or email email@example.com
FREE DEVELOPMENTAL SCREENING
Custer School District is offering a free Developmental Screening for preschool-age (ages 3-5) children in the
Custer area. Screening will be at the Custer Elementary School on Mon., August 27th, morning appointments only.
Call 673-2171 to schedule an appointment.
This screening provides information about the child’s development in the areas of motor coordination, communication, & cognitive thinking skills. The screening instrument shows how the child is developing compared to children all over the United States. Vision and hearing is also checked.
“If your preschool child is between the age of 3 up to 5 years-old (and is NOT enrolled in Kindergarten), you may want to consider the CSD Developmental Screening. This is for parents who have concerns about their preschool-aged child, in any of the following developmental areas: Communication, Motor, Concepts, Vision and/or Hearing. Even if you don’t have any particular concerns, but just want to see how your child is doing overall and want ideas of where they might need to improve, it can be beneficial to set-up an appointment.
6th Grade Vaccination Requirements
South Dakota Department of Health administrative rules require both the Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis) and MCV4 (Meningococcal ACYW) vaccines for 6th grade students. The requirement is a result of legislation passed in 2016 adding meningococcal infection to the list of diseases specified in South Dakota Codified Law 13-28-7.1 for which DOH can require vaccination for school entry in South Dakota.
School entry requirements for South Dakota 6th grade students include:
- One dose of Tdap vaccine (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis)
- One dose of MCV4 vaccine (meningococcal ACYW)
- The requirements apply only for 6th grade entry and transfer students 6th–12th grade
- If a child is 10 years old when entering the 6th grade they have 45 days after their 11th birthday to be vaccinated.
PO Box 27 ~ Hermosa, SD 57744 ~ 255-4345 – Monday-Thursday
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