Southland Elementary - Parent Link
Morning drop-off (7:45-8:15) can be done at the Main Entrance/Office or the Elementary wing on the East side of the building only. We are looking at the safety of the students and all the traffic that there is at that time.
If you are dropping off or picking up your student after 8:15 or before 3:00, please do so at the Main Entrance, NOT the Elementary Doors. The office needs to make sure that the kids are getting checked in/out accordingly. 
Any Absence:
If your child has to be gone from school instruction, please contact the office by phone at 507-582-3568, or by email
Homecoming Week
October 4-8th
Show REBEL spirit this week by dressing up
Monday: Beach/PJ Day
Tuesday: Prince & Princess/Injury Day
Wednesday: Wild West Day
Thursday: Throwback - Wacky, 80's, Neon Day
Friday: Rebel Day (Rebel gear/Red, White, Blue)
If you are wanting to pick your Elementary kid(s) up to go to the parade on Friday and or take them afterwards, please email Katie or call 507-582-3568 next week and we will make sure we have them in the office for you to pick up by the time you specify and notify the Teacher. If you are taking them afterwards, please touchbase with them at that time.
We just want to make sure we have a count for all the littles that day.
**Thank you for your understanding**
Block Kids
Annual Block Kids Build is available to all schools and families with 3-4th grade students to participate in an event at the Heintz Center November 6th. Space is limited this year to just 40 students so we anticipate filling up fast. Registration is FREE and we encourage parents to stay. RCTC instructors will be touring parents through their trades programs during the event to inspire them to learn about the opportunities in the construction field. 

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Picture Ordering Info
Retakes October 15th
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Birthday Celebrations
Please remember to send healthy snacks (individually wrapped and purchased from a store), prizes, games or activities to celebrate the special day. We want to encourage healthy choices and follow USDA guidelines and District’s Wellness Program. Also, we ask that you do not send invitations for parties to school for various reasons.

20-21' Yearbook UPDATE
They are not here yet. As soon as they come in, I will contact parents to let them know they will be coming home with your child. If you have not ordered one and still want to, please contact Katie in the office or let their teacher know.
Thurs/Fri, Oct. 21-22nd
Staff Development
Monday, Oct. 25th
End of 1st Qtr.
Fri., Nov. 12th

Noon Dismissal
Earn Money For Our School!!
Box Tops: Easier than EVER to earn money for our school with the NEW Box Tops app! They have created a simple how-to video with simple step-by-step instructions for us to share with our school supporters. PLEASE pass this along and share with others in the community.
Coke Rewards: We are now accepting Coke Rewards online or bring them in!

Two Easy Steps:
1. Search for our school
2. Enter your code

Follow this link to enter your product codes: Enter Your Codes Here!

CASEY’S Rewards: Now you can earn points on all your Casey’s purchases – in-store, online or at the pump. Turn those points into donations for our school!

School Board Meeting
October 19th at 6:30 PM
Free Breakfast and Lunch has been extended for the 21-22 school year for ALL families,
through a provision of the National School Lunch Program called the Seamless Summer
Student Age Care (SAC):
SAC is always an option for child care before, after school, early dismissals or no student days during the week unless otherwise noted in the handbook. Below is the direct link on the district webpage under the Elementary Tab if you would like to utilize this option: If you have any questions, please contact the school at the number above or Heidi Stickle-SAC coordinator at 437-1413 (day) or 438-3697 (evening)
Stay Healthy!
Health/Wellness Info:

Please continue to communicate with the school with any new symptoms of COVID-19, COVID-19 exposures, and/or COVID positive results.
We hope you are all staying healthy.

In health and wellness,
Emily Brumm RN

Decision Tree Guide
In-Person Model Health and Safety Requirements
• Masking is recommend for students and staff
• PPE is available for direct support student services
• Routines of hygiene education and practices
• Daily and frequent cleaning of high touch surfaces
• Building Level COVID-19 program coordinator to monitor situations
• Monitor and exclude for illness
• All positive COVID-19 cases will be reported to MDH
• Face Coverings
• Face coverings are recommended for students and staff on school property
• Southland students and staff must wear a face covering when riding in school vehicles—Federal CDC Requirement
• A limited number of cloth and disposable masks will be available for students
• Students are encouraged to provide their own face covering
• Social and Physical Distancing
• During in-person learning we will create as much space between students as is feasible with a goal of at least 3 feet.
• International Travel
• Students and staff who travel outside of the United States must follow CDC quarantine guidance
• Facility Use
• Events and activities will follow the most upto-date Southland “Safe Learning Plan” requirements

Health and Safety
• COVID-19 affects different people in different ways
• Infected people have a wide range of symptoms—from mild to severe
• CDC does not currently recommend universal symptom screening for students at school
• Parents will be the fundamental part of the student screening process 
• Students found to be ill at school with one or more common symptom or two or more less common symptoms will be sent home (Please see the COVID Decision Tree Guide above)

2021-2022 Safe Learning Plan
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VAULT Health link for testing Click Here
Call your local medical provider for direction
Parent Link:
The bi-weekly update will be sent to your e-mail you have supplied or a hard copy will be sent home. The newsletter will also be posted on the school web site at
Mower County Resource's
Southland School District
200 Water St. NW,
Adams, MN 55909
(507) 582-3568