The 2020 Census is taking place this year, and we encourage your family to respond! The Census counts EVERY PERSON living in America and determines state funding and representation in Congress. We want ALL IOWANS to be counted and help ensure our community receives important federal funding for programs and services. Every household will receive a letter in March from the U.S. Census Bureau with information on how to respond – you can complete the census online, by phone, or through the mail – and your information is protected by law. Click on the flyer below for the 2020 Cenus FAQ.
ELY LOCATION CHANGE: Starting Monday, April 13, the Ely meal distribution site has been changed to Ely City Hall located at 1570 Rowley Street.
CLICK HERE the updated flyer.
Starting Monday, April 6, we have changed the meal distribution times for Inn Circle and Gateway Gardens delivery locations. Starting Monday, April 6, the new times at the two locations will be as follows:
Inn Circle: 10:30-11:10 AM
Gateway Gardens: 11:25-1:00 PM
CLICK HERE for the updated Grab N’ Go flyer.
New USDA Guidance – Allowing Parents to Pick Up Meals for Children
Due to newly-released USDA guidance, caregivers may pick up meals for children at Grab & Go meal sites, effective immediately. USDA recognizes that in this public health emergency, continuing to require children to come to the meal site to pick up meals may not be practical and in keeping with the goal of providing meals while also taking appropriate safety measures.
Click here for the updated flyer.
The Prairie School Foundation has modified Prairie Fest 2020 and is hosting “Party in Place”. Prairie Fest will continue electronically starting today, March 23. Click on the link below for more details on how you can participate.
Click on the link below for a letter from Tanager Place regarding mental health needs during this national crisis and uncertainty students and families may be experiencing.
UPDATED: MARCH 23, 2020
College Community Schools has implemented a GRAB N’ GO Meal Distribution program. Free Meals for children 18 years and under are available at the following 9 locations Monday through Friday beginning Tuesday, March 24, 2020 until further notice. Click on the link below for details and times.
College Community Schools has implemented a GRAB N’ GO Meal Distribution program.
Free meals for children 18 years and under will be available at six locations Monday through Friday beginning Tuesday, March 24, 2020 until further notice. We will update if more locations are added. Click on the link below for the six locations.
ISU Extension & Outreach Linn County is sponsoring a Summer Day Camps for students in grades K-6. Click on the flyer below to check out the variety of fun camps that are being offered this summer.
Prairie Point Proudly Presents Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat on Monday, March 9 and Tuesday March 10 at 7 PM in the HS Theater. Click on link below for the flyer.