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    • school house KINDERGARTEN & 1st GRADE REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
      Register now for kindergarten for the 2015-2016 school year. New-to-Kutz students entering 1st grade need to register for the 2015-2016 school year, even if older siblings are already enrolled. Please register early!
      Click HERE for details.
       
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    •                            IN CASE OF INCLEMENT WEATHER...
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      If school should have a delayed arrival time due to inclement weather, all morning activities (such as jump rope, reading Olympics, etc.) will be cancelled. If school is delayed one hour, school begins at 9:50, and students may not be dropped off before 9:35.  If school is delayed two hours, school begins at 10:50, and students may not be dropped off before 10:35.  Unless your child is signed up for the Before School program, he/she may not come to school earlier.  Thank you.
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    •      kidrunning REGISTER NOW FOR IRUN4LIFE!

           Forms must be returned before February 13.  Click HERE for details. 

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    • NOVA PARENT FORUM ON CYBERBULLYING
      The Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) is sponsoring a parent forum on cyberbullying and social media and it has been rescheduled for February 4, 2015 beginning at 7:00 p.m.  This district wide event will be held at Lenape Middle School and is intended for all families with elementary aged students.  Please click HERE for more information.
       
       
       
                        
       

       

       

       
       
       


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    • pharmacy ENTEROVIRUS FACT SHEET
      Infections with non-polio enteroviruses are common in the United States and many times cause no symptoms or mild symptoms. Sometimes, more severe illness can occur. Most enterovirus infections in the US are seen in the summer and fall. Click Here for FAQs about Enterovirus D68.
       
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