School meals impacted by supply chain issues
Your child’s favorite meal may not be available
We've been hit hard by supply chain issues this week, with many of our menu items for the coming week not available. Families should expect numerous menu changes in the coming days.
Like restaurants and businesses across the nation, our schools are having a difficult time getting all of the products we order. While we can guarantee we’ll always have good, nutritious food for our kids to eat at school, it may not always be what they are expecting.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
In Other News
The school year will begin the week before Labor Day and end on June 7.
The school board is seeking a new superintendent to begin serving on July 1, 2022.
Interested in sending your child to Stillwater Area Public Schools preschool? Join us for a virtual meeting to find out more about our 4 Star Parent Aware rated program.
School board members are considering two variations of a calendar for next school year.
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School board members selected boundary change Option A, which impacts the fewest number of students across the district.
Two new school board members were sworn into office on Nov. 18.
As many as 700 elementary students from across the district could be impacted by boundary changes for the 2022-2023 school year.