The annual summer meal program will offer free breakfast and lunch to children this summer. Any child under 18 can receive free breakfast and lunch at eight lunch locations and two breakfast locations from June 20 and Aug. 25.
The District recently sold the bonds approved by voters for school construction projects. There was very good news: they were able to get more for the money through premium bonds, a higher cost bond for investors. For GAPS taxpayers, this means that an additional $28 million will be available for projects at no additional cost to them.
The District also qualified for $6.9 million in state matching funds that became available after other districts with higher priority for the funds failed to pass their measures. These funds will ensure that the tax rate stays at the level that was estimated prior to the election.
Planning for the projects is on a fast track. Design drawings, timelines and project details will be published this fall. We’ll publish the news as we get it.
People around the country anticipated today’s eclipse, and it didn’t disappoint. Here is a recap[ of the event.
Thank you to Albany Options teacher Tassay Gillispie and counselor Anna Harryman for the photos.
Soon, you will have the ability to pay online using a credit or debit card for your student’s class and athletic fees, yearbook purchase, parking and PE uniforms and more.
Also, you will have the ability to make your student’s lunch payments, as well as make a donations to the school (or schools) of your choice – all online.
Learn more by going to http://albany.k12.or.us/district/business/online-paymentsdonations/.
Last night, the School Board approved bell schedules for each school. The times will be posted this week on school websites.