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Wayne County Schools offer services to meet student needs

Wayne County Schools offer services to students

                Although, Wayne County School classes have been dismissed, several services that the district normally offers will continue to meet student needs.

                 The school nutrition department is offering both breakfast and lunch meals through a pick-up service at the Wayne County Middle School Monday through Fridays. That service successfully began operating today. Students can pick up breakfast at the back entrance of the middle school from 7:30-8:30 a.m.  Lunch is also being offered in a to-go box from 11:00-12:30 p.m., along with the option of picking up a non-perishable breakfast for the following day.

  In addition, the transportation department will be delivering daily meals to anyone 18-years-old or younger at no cost. Parents or childcare givers who are unable to pick up meals at the middle school, are encouraged to call their child’s school to sign up for this service. Those that sign up will be contacted concerning delivery. This opportunity is being offered through the Summer Food Service program.

The district’s Healthy Kids Clinic will continue to offer medical and behavioral health services in person during the current school closure. The local school clinic will remain open Monday through Friday, 8:00-3:00 p.m. Patients will be able to be seen at the Monticello Elementary Cardinal Kids Building at 230 College Street. Wayne County School students, staff, and/or family members are welcome.

In addition, the Healthy Kids Clinic will soon be offering Telehealth visits to those who would rather not get out or cannot make it in to be seen in person. Walk-ins are also welcome. To schedule an appointment, please call 1-844-435-0900. Nurse Practitioner Rebecca Albright will be available to see patients. The clinic does not have the ability to test for coronavirus.

The Healthy Kids Clinic Behavioral Health therapists will also be available by appointment.

The Healthy Kids Behavioral and Health Clinics will be closed during spring break week.

The 10 Non-Traditional Instruction days are in place to meet students’ academic needs that will continue through March 27. Students may contact their instructors online, by emailing, or calling their school. Students will then be out of school over spring break, which concludes on April 3rd.

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