Covid Updates & Virtual Learning Information
District updates Covid-19 Process
The Sheboygan County Health Department and the School District of Sheboygan Falls have updated their Covid-19 Process.
The School District of Sheboygan Falls is planning for the reopening of schools for the 2020-2021 school year. This page will be updated with related communication and information to help all interested parties stay up-to-date with the most current information.
Please send any comments or questions regarding preparedness measures and planning directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SDSF's Responsible Return to School
Responsible Restart Listening Session
Also see a video recording of the public event on our Facebook page.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Healthy Community Habits
- If you are sick, stay home and seek medical attention.
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands.
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
- Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, then throw the tissue in the trash and wash your hands.
- Clean and disinfect objects and surfaces.
- Returning to School After COVID-19
- Social Distancing During School Closures
- Social Distancing Infographic
Mental Health Resources
Virtual Learning Resources
Sheboygan Falls Virtual Learning -- Student Readiness Guide
The purpose of the Student Readiness Guide is to aid families during the decision-making process of choosing Face-to-Face instruction or Virtual instruction. Please read through the Student Readiness Guide to help you make the best decision for your student and family.
I Need Help!
If you require assistance, please contact your child's teacher. If the teacher is unable to satisfactorily resolve the issue, s/he can open a support ticket with the SDSF IT Dept. who will respond to tickets in the order in which they are received.
If a Chromebook requires repair, please fill out this form and bring it to a designated drop off site.
Please use these resources as a first step in troubleshooting Canvas issues.
- Current Canvas Status (are there issues on Canvas' side of things?)
- Log into Canvas
- Canvas Observer Instructions (including help with logging in)
Android | Apple | Computer
- Student Guide
- Observer (Parent) Guide
- Google Integration Authorization or How to register Google Services
What happens if I get an Oops screen?
The solution is to clear the browser's cache. Here are instructions.
What if I can't sign into Classlink?
Your active directory credentials should be used to login. And, you should not be using Google Chrome to manage your passwords. Here are instructions on how to clear out any saved passwords and link your Google account to Classlink.
Due to a security bug that Google has not patched yet, the operating system settings (chrome://os-settings) have been blocked. Students should be able to get to the printing options by opening a browser and typing chrome://os-settings/printing
Because of the large number of different printer manufacturers, we are unable to support home printers or their connections to Chromebooks. The resources provided below are for your convenience.
Chromebook Help: Setup up Your Printer
Free meals that meet the USDA requirements and are similar to meals served in school will be available for students who are learning virtually or temporarily home. The meals must be pre-ordered using a google form link that will be sent each week and posted on this webpage. The district has received a waiver from the USDA and the meals will be provided without charge to families through June 2021. The charge on the student's food service account will reflect $0.00.
Meals will be available for pick up at the middle school each Monday from 10am to 11am.
PLEASE NOTE: You must complete one form per child.
Meal request form for the month of June
(Pickup every Monday 11:00am-12:00pm @ MS)
Form is due at noon on June 3
Summer Meals Survey
Your Sheboygan Falls Food Service Department plans to offer free meals to all enrolled students and their families during the month of June 2021.
Please take a few minutes to answer the questions below so we can determine how many families will be interested in free meals and your pickup preference. This questionnaire is being sent simply to determine interest and for planning purposes.
Meal pickup will be during the day at the Sheboygan Falls Middle School, the exact time is to be determined.
Please use this link to complete survey: https://forms.gle/BpmZ3e7Axdrc5uCR6
Please contact Amy Lawrenz at 920-550-5810 or email@example.com if you have any questions about meals.
Taking part in our free meal pickup has helped reduce our food waste, as a large portion of our food is ordered a school year in advance. It also helps our local and state economy, as it keeps our farmers and vendors in business. Further, it helps keep our food service program running, as we do not have a profit margin without our ala carte sales this school year.
This service helps families continue to have access to the meals their children are accustomed to receiving at school. There is no need to complete a free or reduced meal application form to receive these free meals. These meals include all the required components for a full breakfast and lunch. Items served are the same meals that are served to our students who are learning in person.
Free meal request forms are always sent out on Thursdays and due the following Thursday, so that meals are then prepared for the Monday after the form was due. For example,
Thursday, January 21 - form sent
Thursday, January 28 - form due
Thursday, February 1 - meal pick up
If your child ends up needing to be home and you do not meet the deadlines in the timeline above, please request meals at any time during the week via the contact information below.
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