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Distance Learning Update
Hello Maple River,
I want you to know that we greatly miss seeing your kids everyday! We are looking forward to the day that school resumes and life looks more like what we knew to be normal. For now, please know that we are dedicated to doing the best we can to support your child academically, emotionally, mentally and physically during this time.
Wednesday, Governor Walz announced that schools will provide distance learning throughout the month of April, with a tentative plan to be back in school on May 5, 2020. We will operate according to this plan, being flexible as the future of COVID-19 unfolds. On our website, you can find the details of our distance learning plan as required by the Governor of Minnesota and the Minnesota Department of Education.
Your child’s specific teacher(s) will fill in the missing pieces as we begin our distance learning plan. Your attention to your child’s daily participation is crucial for distance learning to be successful. Moving forward, please know that your child’s teacher(s) has chosen specific content through which your child will learn foundational educational concepts without being overwhelmed by extra work or requirements. As a result, each activity assigned is necessary for your child’s continued learning and mastery.
Thank you for your cooperation and flexibility as we navigate this unchartered territory. Together, one day at a time, we will get through this. It’s still a great day to be an EAGLE!
Dan Anderson, Superintendent
Maple River Schools
Infinite Campus Mobile Apps for Students & Parents
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Earn Money for Your School
It's time to save and turn in your Box Tops for Education, Dietz Receipts, Hy-Vee Receipts, and Can Tabs!
Box Tops are collected year-round. We mail the collections in November and March. Be sure to check the dates on all Box Tops to make sure they have not expired. We earn cash for Maple River Schools with this collection.
Box Tops for Education has a new mobile app that allows you to snap a photo of your receipt for Box Top points. Select Maple River Schools when you sign up, and the points will be instantly applied to the school's earnings online.
Dietz Receipts are collected from September 1st until March 2nd. March 27th is the last day to turn in Dietz Food receipts for the Apples for the Students program. With this collection, we can select school items from a catalog.
Hy-Vee Receipts are collected from September 1st until May 31st. We earn cash from this collection. This collection is only valid for the Mankato Hy-Vee stores.
Can Tabs (soda, soup or other aluminum cans) are collected year-round. We turn in the tabs once-a-year to Ronald McDonald House in Rochester. The program recycles the tabs and redeems them for cash that benefits the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Rochester.
You can drop off all of these items at one of the school sites. Thank you so much for helping Maple River Schools with these programs.