Rivercrest ISD announced its policy today that this school year, healthy meals will be offered every school day to all students at no cost. Typically, a student’s household...
ALL RIVERCREST ELEMENTARY AND JUNIOR HIGH STUDENTS WILL QUALIFY BASED ON THOSE CAMPUSES BEING CEP THIS YEAR The Texas Education Agency (TEA), Texas Department of...
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Rivercrest Police Department was notified of a possible shooting in Bogata. Out of caution, we brought all of our students inside the buildings to shelter in place. We received further information that all suspects are in custody and we will resume our school day as normal.
Rivercrest parents, please see the attached letter with important return to school information.
Attached is the Rivercrest ISD Return to School Plan which describes the steps that will be used to help mitigate and respond to COVID-19.
Link to plan https://5il.co/x1zn
Rivercrest ISD announced its policy today that this school year, healthy meals will be offered every school day to all students at no cost. Typically, a student’s household must meet income eligibility requirements to qualify for free or reduced-price meals. However, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) issued guidance that allows schools to offer meals to all students at no cost for the 2021-2022 school year. Each school/site or central office has a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed upon request.
While no application or eligibility determination process is required for your student to receive free meals this school year, the income eligibility requirement will likely resume in the 2022-2023 school year. A Household Income Data Collection sheet will be sent home with your child. It is very important that families complete this socioeconomic form in order for schools to receive Title I and State Compensatory Education funding. We want to continue to provide these necessary learning supports, but without your assistance
we may not be able to.
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