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SCHUYLER CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL WARRIOR SIGNAL
http://schuylercommunityschools.org
Schuyler Community Schools, in partnership with
students, parents, and the community is committed to
educate students to become skilled, knowledgeable
and responsible citizens in a global society.
SCS Superintendent – Dr. Daniel Hoesing
SCHS Principal – Stephen Grammer
SCHS Assistant Principal – Michelle Egr
9-12 Activity Administrator – Michelle Egr
APRIL 2016
Las fechas importantes
Strive • Commit • Succeed
Schuyler Community Schools Board of Education
President – Richard Brabec
Vice President – Brian Vavricek
Secretary – Virginia Semerad
Treasurer – Charles Misek
Members – Holly Hild, Eric Cerny
El 21 de abril – No Clases--SCHS FA Track Meet
El 22 de abril – No Clases
El 26 y el 27 de abril – No Clases; Los maestros tienen reuniones
Rotary Students for MARCH
Los estudiantes del grado 12 tienen que completar una aplicación y entonces los departamentos de maestros seleccionan los estudiantes. Los estudiantes son elegibles por una
beca al fin del año escolar. Las aplicaciones de Rotary Student of the Month son disponibles en la oficina.
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March 2 – Alejandra Equihua, hija de Paulino Eqihua y Evelia Solozano
March 9--Lori Nava, hija de Hector y Mayra Nava
March 16 – Mahadi Yusuf, hijo de Ibsa Ali y Kadija Hassan
March 23--Marisol Velez, hija de Joaquin Velez y Josefina Casillas
March 30 – Irvin Olivas, hijo de Sergio y Lydia Ornelas
STUDENTS OF THE MONTH MARCH
Para seleccionar a los estudiantes del mes, cada maestro designa a los estudiantes. Los estudiantes que reciben 2
nominaciones están en la papelita de voto durante ese mes. Los estudiantes en National Honor Society votan. Los
estudiantes pueden ser estudiante del mes una vez durante sus años en esta escuela.
SERTOMA ATHLETES and FINE ARTS
Senior (left) – Jenny Domingo, hija de María
González
Junior (left) – Kendra Marxsen, hija de Bryon y
Danelle Marxsen
Sophomore (right) – Alexis Wilch, hija de Evelyn
Recinos
Freshman (right) – Brayden Rocha, hijo de Adrian y
Janelle Rocha
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STUDENT OF THE MONTH FOR MARCH
Boys Soccer – Edgar Romero, hijo de Amalia Romero
Girls Soccer – Liliana Hernandez, hija de Gloria Hernández
Boys Track & Field – Kaden Long, hijo de Dustin Long
Girls Track & Field – Alondra Avalos, hija de Margarita Avalos
Fine Arts Student for Speech – Claire Martin, hija de Randy y Jill Ruskamp
Cinthya Ledesma, hija de Miguel y Sonia Ledesma
Thank you to the students who voted in Golden Sower March Madness this year!
Gracias a los patrocinadores por este año:
• Off the Hook (Jill Sorsen)
• Trades of Hope (Amanda Hutton)
• Colfax Theatre (Sally Jakub)
• Mary Kay (Julie Tiemeyer)
• Schwan’s (John Goodrich)
• Schuyler Golf Club (Lu Vavricek)
• Pizza Hut (Daniel Gonzalez)
• QC Supply (Kendell Brichacek)
La biblioteca de SCHS tiene 35 copias de 6 libros del First Book National Distribution Bank. Los libros que tenemos ahora son:
• The Maze Runner by James Dashner
• Sharp North by Patrick Cave
• Venomous by Christopher Krovatin (Para los estudiantes de los grados 9-12 y los adultos solamente.)
Si tiene interés en estos libros, puede enviar un mensaje electrónico a Sra. Peterson a ([email protected]) o
(@LibSCHS).
Gracias a Simon Teen (@SimonTeen) y Penguin Teen (@PenguinTeen) por estos libros.
La biblioteca también tendrá una nueva mesa y las sillas antes del fin del año escolar. Gracias a Donors Choose.
La biblioteca tiene vídeos que expliquen cómo usar el sitio del Internet de la biblioteca, los materiales en la biblioteca el catálogo de libros
y datos. Estos vídeos están en nuestro sitio en el Internet www.schuylercommunityschools.org/schslib .
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¡El drama de música!
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El domingo, 3 de abril, a las 2:00 pm y
las 7:30 pm
y
El lunes, 4 de abril, a las 7:30 pm
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Los Estudiantes del Grado 12
Cuando sabe recibirá una beca, necesita dar
una copia de la información a Mrs. Marking
en la oficina del director. El último día para
darla la información es el 5 de mayo.
Durante la semana del 9 de mayo,
enviaremos los boletos para las sillas
reservadas en la graduación a los estudiantes
que graduarán.
La noche de Academic Awards será el
martes, 10 de mayo.
Si tiene multas, debe pagarlas tan pronto
como pueda.
La cena para los estudiantes en el grado 12
será el 10 de mayo a las 5:45 por 6:45 en
Schuyler Golf Club. Necesitan comprar su
billete de Sra. McKenney del 29 de marzo
hasta el 21 de abril. Puede mirar las fotos
para graduación durante la cena. Los
precios: $7.75 para 1 hamburguesa con
comida y $9.75 si quiere 2 hamburguesas
con la comida.
C olfax Theatre
Upcoming Features
April 1, 2, 3 – Zootopia, PG
April 8, 9, 10 – Miracles From Heaven, PG
April 15, 16, 17 – My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2- PG 13
April 22, 23, 24 – 10 Cloverfield Land, PG-13
April 29, 30, & May 1 – Batman vs. Superman, PG 13
El libro de fotos de 2015-16
Necesitamos a personas vender boletos y los bocados viernes y las tardes del
sábado y las tardes del domingo. Si usted, sus amigos o su grupo quisieran
ofrecerse, puede hablar con Sally Jakub en
[email protected] o en (w) 402-352-2421
Puede comprar ahora hasta el 2 de mayo y el
precio es $50 o $55 si quiere su nombre en el libro.
Necesita hablar con Sra. McKenney si quiere
comprarlo. Si quiere mirar algunas fotos puede ir:
tinyurl.com/YrbkSneakPeekS16 .
Wednesday, April 20th
Eat Out at Pizza Hut Day!
El miércoles, 20 de abril Pizza Hut donará 10% de ventas al
TeamMates Mentoring Program.
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El baile formal de 2016 de SCHS: Una noche en Paris
Necesitamos la ayuda de los padres de los estudiantes del grado 11
Para vender tarjetas por la cena
El 29 y el 31 de marzo, El 6 y el 7 de abril, y el 13 y 14 de abril - a las 12:30 p.m. – 2:20 p.m.
El 1 el 8 y el 15 de abril a las 10:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
El 21 por el 24 de marzo, el 4 y el 5 de abril, y el 11 y el 12 de abril a las 11:30 a.m. – 1:45 p.m.
Para adornar en el Oak Ballroom
El domingo, 17 de abril
1:00 p.m. - ??
Para adornar en el Oak Ballroom
El lunes, 18 de abril por el jueves, 21 de abril
4:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Para adornar en el Oak Ballroom
El viernes, 22 de abril
9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Supervisores de la cena en Schuyler Golf Club
El sábado, 23 de abril
6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Ayudará a los estudiantes para encontrar sus sillas.
Supervisor al Schuyler Golf Club
El sábado, 23 de abril
7:45 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Supervisará a estudiantes.
Supervisor al Puente del parque sur
El sábado, 23 de abril
7:45 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Supervisará a estudiantes cuando los estudiantes escriben sus nombres en tarjetas.
Para limpiar después del baile
El sábado, 23 de abril
11:30 - ???
Para ofrecerse o si tiene preguntas pueden enviar en mensaje electrónico a:
John Sayer
[email protected] 402-352-2421
Jill Sorsen
[email protected]
Si los estudiantes no han pagado el dinero a su clase, no pueden asistir al baile formal..
Los premios de actividades de la primavera: El lunes, 9 de mayo a las 7:00 PM, Gimnasio oeste
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Varsity Letters
S-Club
Weightlifter of the Year
Student Council
Music
Athletes of the Year
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Speech
Art Club
Teacher/Staff Member of the Year
Schuyler Central High School Honor Roll -Term 3, 2015-2016
Straight A Honor Roll recognizes all students w ho earn all grades of 93% or higher
Seniors – Giselle Adame, Jessica Carrillo, Connor Flynn, Rebecca Folda, Preston Hall, Jacob Kasik, William Semerad
Juniors – Florinda Basilio, Stephany Corona, Jasmine DeLaTorre, Jasmin Delgado, Roxana Gurrola, Kellie Kroeger, Kendra
Marxsen, Angela Medina, Oscar Mendoza, Sidney Svehla, Erik Tena
Sophomores – Noah Beebe, Auston Hall, Mazayakene Kutalu, Jakub Langemeier, Claire Martin, Salvador Roldan, Jonathan
Vazquez, Alexis Wilch
Freshmen – Preston Anderson, Karen Ardon, Brayan Arias, Chloe Beltrand, Kasey Brabec, Connor Bywater, Ashley
Cifuentes, Reagan Folda, Cassandra Macholan, Thomas Marxsen, Seiko Medina, Liliana Mendez, Kevin A. Perez, Brayden
Rocha, Maria Semerad, Rachel Shonka
The A Average Honor roll recognizes all students with a 92.5% or higher grade point average
with no grade below an 80%
Seniors - Bianca Bello, Jenny Domingo, Myiesha Hartman, Kimberly Hernandez, Viridiana Lopez, Maribel Mendez, Yamilet
Nevarez, Jailene Ramirez, Elena Ramon, Christian Sobota, David Svoboda, Madelyne Wolf, Cody Zrust
Juniors – Yaasir Arizmendi, Jasmin Corona, Ernesto Cristobal, Lesley Encarnacion, Nabor Encarnacion, Diana Garcia, Karen
Gonzalez, Natasha Guico, Blanca Guit, Eduardo Guzman, Jesica Hernandez, Brooke Horejsi, Julissa Jaimes, Nathan Kutalu,
Kaden Long, Javier Magana, Edgar Marino, Cayley McCullough, Dilma Melchor, Luis D. Mendoza, Candido Morales,
Lizbeth Rodriguez, Luz Roman, Luis Romero
Sophomores – Fatima Arroyo, Kaylie Bachmann, America Bautista, Bethany Black, Noah Brabec, Jordan Cech, Rocio
Franco, Vanessa Garcia, Kevin Gomez, Kimberly Gomez, Kameryn Healy, Joseph A. Hernandez, Walter Hernandez, Maria R.
Juarez, Lauren Kasik, Jennifer Lopez, Haidee Mateo, Iris Medina, Ofelia Mercado, Laura Perez, Naun Serrano, Jackson
Settles, Stephanie Svoboda, Maria Vega, Berta Vicente, Cristina Vicente, Erik Visoso
Freshmen – Yareth Adame, Denisse Adame, Carlos Alarcon, Nayeli Cruz, Jessica Jaimes, Elena Juan, Roberto Pedro, Tyanna
Pena, Abner Perez, Amy Rocha, Andrea Vicente
The B Average Honor roll recognizes all students with an 84.5% to 92.49% grade point average
with grade below an 80%
Seniors – Karina Adame, Arturo Chavez, Mirsa Escobar, Liliana Hernandez, Lori Nava, Arami Perez, Josh Pflasterer, Edwin
Rangel, Sandra Vasquez, Christian Venzor
Juniors – Stephanie Adame, Brandon Camarillo, Jenna Carney, Lizbeth Chirino, Brandon DeBower, Kiara Gonzalez,
Cameron Harding, Duglas Hernandez, Jose Jahen, Victor Lal-Guzman, Cinthya Ledesma, Celvin Lopez, Yordi Marcial,
Marlene Ortiz, Elizabeth Pedro, Lissette Salgado, Tania Salgado, Jessica Valora, Walker Wegner
Sophomores – Erick Alarcon, Ariana Alvarado, Veronica Ardon, Alondra Avalos, Henry Basilio, Yareth Chavez, Kevin
Contreras, Adolfo Cruz, Cesar Domingo, Griselda Domingo, Melvin Garcia, Edgar Gomez, Juan Juarez, Tyler Kohl, Haylee
Korth, Mason Kovar, Candelaria Perez, Pedro Pina, Juan Uribe, Alexis Valadez, Wendy Valle, Biftu Wako, Nesrudin Yusuf,
Austin Zacarias, Emilio Zacarias
Freshmen – Lesly Andrade, Josue Barrios, Edwin Carreto, Lizbeth Corona, Jose Cristobal, Isaac Delacruz, Esperanza
DeLeon, Maria Diego, Mario Encarnacion, Pablo Escobar, Pammela Garcia, Aisha Geele, Wilder Gomez, Evelyn Hernandez,
Yonathan Lara, Jarixa Linares, Marisol Marino, Denilson Martinez, Luis Mendez, Magbola Mohamed, Juan Monroy, Andy
Monterosso, Keiry Rivas, Emmanuel Rocha, Kevin Rodriguez, Roberto Rodriguez, Juan Siguenze, Jacob Sobota
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EducationQuest Foundation College Planning Bulletin
April 2016
Seniors … it’s decision time!
Follow our advice to decide on the college that’s the right fit for you.
First, compare your college acceptance letters, financial aid award notifications and campus visit notes. Write down pros and cons for each
school you’re considering using the following criteria:
Location – Is the college too close? If you come home every weekend, you won’t experience true campus life. Is the college too far away?
If so, you may not make it home as often as you’d like.
Cost – Can your family afford the school? What can you expect for financial aid beyond your freshman year? Did you receive renewable
scholarships? How much in student and parent loans will you need to cover expenses?
Academic program – Does the college offer the program that interests you? What happens if you change majors? Does the college offer
other programs that interest you?
Student life – Does the school offer activities you will enjoy? Do you like the living arrangements provided by the school? Will you have
an opportunity to work on or near campus?
Make your final decision by May 1 – and then notify the colleges you’re rejecting so they can offer your spot, and any financial aid, to
another student.
Juniors … start looking for scholarships
Follow these tips to begin the scholarship application process:
Start searching! Check in often with your school counselor, and visit free sites including ScholarshipQuest at
EducationQuest.org with over 2,000 Nebraska-based scholarships.
Get involved in extracurricular activities and community service - a critical component for many scholarships. Track your
involvement using the Activities Resume at EducationQuest.org.
Do your best to get good grades in school and good scores on ACT/SAT exams. These factors are especially important
for college-based scholarships.
Determine if you will qualify for need-based scholarships by completing the College Funding Estimator at
EducationQuest.org.
Learn about scholarships and tuition assistance programs offered by colleges that interest you. Programs such as
Collegebound Nebraska at the University of Nebraska, NSCS Advantage offered by the Nebraska State College System, and
Access NWU at Nebraska Wesleyan University, cover the cost of tuition if you meet income and academic criteria.
Scholarship warning…
If you receive offers for scholarship and financial aid services, investigate them if they charge a fee. EducationQuest will help you complete
financial aid forms for free and will guide you to free scholarship resources. To learn more, talk to your school counselor or contact
EducationQuest.
College Fairs coming up in Omaha and Lincoln
If you live near, or plan to visit, Omaha or Lincoln on the following dates, attend a college fair!
The Omaha Area College Fair is Sunday, March 20 from 1-3 p.m. at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, Sapp Fieldhouse.
The Lincoln Area College Fair is Sunday, April 10 from 1-3 p.m. at Southeast Community College in Lincoln.
If you plan to attend, register for a barcode at NebraskaCollegeFairs.org. Print the barcode and take it to the fair so that college reps can
scan it to retrieve your demographic information.
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¿Quiere ayudar con el plan del
jardín de la comunidad?
April “To Do” List
Seniors
___ Continue applying for scholarships.
___ Start purchasing dorm essentials now to avoid sticker shock in August.
___ Start looking for a summer job.
Tenemos las reuniones cada jueves a
las 7:15 en el salón 23 en SCHS.
Bienvenidos a todas las personas que
les gustan las plantas.
Juniors
___ Register by April 8 for the May 7 SAT.
___ Register by May 6 for the June 11 ACT.
___ Schedule campus visits while colleges are still in session.
___ Start looking for scholarships.
For free help with college planning, contact EducationQuest Foundation:
Kearney
Lincoln
Omaha
308-234-6310
402-475-5222
402-391-4033
800-666-3721
800-303-3745
888-357-6300
SCHS Construction Class from Mr. Kasik
The “Cornerstone”, a national construction publication published an article featuring the history and progress of the SCHS construction
class. Below is the front page of the publication with the link to read the entire article.
Blog: http://blog.nccer.org/preparing-our-future-construction-workforce/
Article: http://nccercornerstone.org/industry/instructor-insight/item/196-preparing-our-future-construction-workforce
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Schuyler Chamber of Commerce
& Schuyler Community Schools Foundation
OUTSTANDING EMPLOYEE AWARD
Nomination Form
The Schuyler Area Outstanding employee award is designed to recognize the efforts of all staff members and to honor those employees
who have made significant contributions to Schuyler Community Schools. The program includes any district employee that is not an
administrator. (food service, transportation, custodial/maintenance, office assistant, technology, para-educator, teacher, counselor etc…).
This year the Chamber and School Foundation will recognize one member from each employee group each quarter (Support Staff, ParaEducator, Teacher). We encourage everyone to take the time to nominate a special employee who is deserving of being recognized and
rewarded for their hard work. Once nominated, the employee remains in the pool for the current school year.
The Outstanding support staff member, teacher, and para-educator will each be presented an award for each quarter. Schuyler Chamber of
Commerce & Schuyler Community Schools Foundation will select one winner from each quarter and present a plaque and $250 in
Chamber Bucks to the winner of each category. Anyone (students, parents, fellow teachers, administrators, school board, etc.) is welcome
to nominate a deserving employee for this award. The nominee should be someone that you feel has made an outstanding contribution to
our school district. Please complete the information below and on the back of this form or compose a separate letter of recommendation.
The letter of recommendation should include the nominee’s impact on students, colleagues, and/or parents along with extra curricular and
community activities. The letter must include the job assignment and why you feel they are deserving of this award.
Nominee’s Name _____________________________________________________
Nominee’s School Building______________________________________________
Nominee’s Position ____________________________________________________
Name of Person nominating _____________________________________________
Please return this form to the principal’s office or:
Schuyler Area Chamber of Commerce, 1107 B Street, Schuyler, NE 68661
Or drop off at the Chamber Office.
Or email to: [email protected]
Nominations due by: March 29, 2016
The personal and professional attributes outlined below are to be used to guide the selection committee in their selection of the candidate.
Please mark as many character attributes as you believe the candidate possesses.
Personal Attributes
_____ Positive
_____Optimistic _____Genuine _____ Trustworthy
_____ Integrity _____Caring
_____ Selfless _____ Strong Values
_____ Respectful _____Flexible _____ Patient _____ Self-Discipline
_____ Honest
_____ Listens _____ Creative _____ Understanding
Professional Attributes
_____ Good Listener
_____ Detail Oriented
_____ Team Player
_____ High Energy
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Leader
Passion
Organized
Adaptable
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Ambitious
Intelligent
Dependable
Confidential
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Impact on Students, Staff, or Parents - - - - Why he/she is deserving of Award?
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Motivated
Confident
Work Ethic
Dedicated
SCHUYLER T.E.A.M.S. PLACES FIRST AT COMPETITION
On Wednesday, February 17th, the students pictured below represented SCHS at an
Engineering competition at Wayne State.
TEAMS, which stands for Tests of Engineering Aptitudes, Mathematics, and Science
involves different Engineering scenario topics. The students first take a timed 80-question
multiple-choice exam, followed by a timed essay. Students split up and part of the
students create a project while others work on the essay. Engineering provides an
opportunity for students to deepen their knowledge of how engineers use contemporary
tools to solve problems.
These Schuyler students won a first place in the regional competition and were
awarded medals.
Pictured left to right: Allen Zrust, William Semerad, Cody Zrust, Erik Tena, Preston Hall, Lizbeth
Rodriguez, Shelby Svehla, Christian Sobota, and Sponsor, John Sayer
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April 2016
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
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All meals served Fresh fruit and
with Milk and
vegetable
water. Optional
selections
entrees include a available.
chef salad or a
deli sandwich.
Menu subject to
change.
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4
5
6
7
Biscuits & gravy; G&G
PBJ sandwich &
strawberry cup;
Breaded beef patty,
mashed
potatoes/gravy, corn,
dinner roll
French toast sticks;
G&G Strawberry Pop
Tart & applesauce;
chicken nuggets, rice
pilaf, peas
Biscuit sandwich;
G&G Trix bar & apple
juice; pizza,
mostaciolli, carrots
Omelet, hash brown & Cheese sticks;
muffin; G&G cherry walking taco, refried
vanilla yogurt & apple; beans, green beans
chicken alfredo,
broccoli, breadsticks
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12
13
14
Biscuits & gravy; G&G
mini chocolate donuts
& apple juice;
hamburger/bun,
French fries, peas &
carrots
Pig in blanket; G&G
Cinnamon Pop Tart &
apricot cup; pork
patty/bun, cheesy
hash browns, carrots
Croissant sandwich;
G&G Cocoa Krispie
bar & orange juice;
sub sandwich,
Doritos, California
blend
Scrambled eggs &
Cheese sticks;
sausage & muffin;
Stromboli, cauliflower,
G&G strawberry
parmesan noodles
banana yogurt & pear
cup;
spaghetti & meatballs,
broccoli, bread stick
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19
20
21
22
Biscuits & gravy; G&G
PBJ gramwich &
orange juice;
Salisbury steak,
mashed
potatoes/gravy, corn,
dinner roll
Pancakes & sausage;
G&G Fudge Pop Tart
& peach cup; BBQ
rib/bun, green beans,
tri-tators
English muffin
sandwich; G&G
Cinnamon Toast
Crunch bar & apple;
chicken sandwich,
curly fries, carrots
No meals served
No meals served
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26
27
28
29
No meals served
Omelet, hash brown, Cheese sticks;
& muffin; cherry
taquito, rice, carrots
vanilla yogurt &
orange; mini
calzones, cheesy
vetetables
10
17
24
Biscuit & gravy; G&G No meals served
cini-minis & pear cup;
turkey & cheese
sandwich, Fritos,
green beans
Sat
2
Cheese sticks; Asian
chicken, rice, buttered
carrots
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15
9
16
23
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Programa del desayuno y del almuerzo Esto explica lo que debe hacer si piensa que alguien le ha tratado injusto. “De acuerdo con ley federal y la política
del Ministerio de Agricultura de los E.E.U.U., no se permite que a esta institución discrimine en base de la raza, del color, del origen nacional, del sexo, de la
edad, o de la inhabilidad. Para archivar una queja de la discriminación, necesita escribir USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue,
S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 o puede llamar (gratis) (866) 632-9992 (una máquina de voz). Personas que no pueden oír bien o las personas que
tienen inhabilidades a hablar, pueden llamar el USDA con el Federal Relay Service en (800) 877-8339 o (800) 845-6136 (Español). El USDA es un
empleador de igualdad de oportunidades.
Schuyler Community Schools receives NCLB funds. For all district that receive NCLS funding, parents may request and the district will provide to the parents on request, in a timely
manner, information regarding the professional qualifications of the student’s teachers. The SCS District number 123 does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender,
marital status, disability, or age in admission or access to treatment of an employment, in its programs procedures or the application of these policies of nondiscrimination: Dan Hoesing,
Superintendent, 401 Adam St., Schuyler, NE 68661, 402-352-2421. For questions regarding compliance, contact: Nontraditional Equite Programs specialist, Career & Technical Education,
Nebraska Dept. of Education, PO box 94987, Lincoln, NE 68509, 402-471-4823 or fax 402-471-4565.
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