Student Item Collection and Distribution

Please use the schedule below to check in any items that belong to Linford/ACSD1 and to collect your student's personal items from school.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Grade Levels Date Time
4th and 5th Grades Thursday, May 28th 1-3 pm
2nd and 3rd Grades Friday, May 29th 9-11 am
Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st Grades Friday, May 29th 12-2 pm

 


School Closure

All ACSD1 schools have been closed due to concern regarding COVID-19. We will not re-open our schools for the remainder of this school year.

Please continue to check your email and our website for updated information.

Stay healthy everyone!

Technology Needs Survey

GrabNGo-Meals Information

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Community-Resource-Guide


Box Tops for Education

New this year, Box Tops for Education is working to transition to a technology based application. They are phasing out the traditional Box Tops which are cut off of the boxes and labels of our groceries.

Since, Box Tops for Education is making this transition, we will be changing our procedure for Box Tops as well. For the time being, we will continue to collect cut out Box Tops, but will be working to phase those out. Please make plans to visit the website below for more information regarding the electronic app for collecting Box Tops.

Please contact Jen Studyvin if you have questions.

https://www.boxtops4education.com/


Linford Exceeds Expectations!!


For the first time under the current Wyoming Accountability in Education Act (WAEA), Linford is Exceeding Expectations!! We are very proud of reaching this status, especially since only 14% of schools in Wyoming were designated as Exceeding Expectations!! Congratulations to our students, staff, and families!!! We would also like to thank each of you for your hard work and dedication to our school!!


ZPass Student Ridership and SafeStop

Below are links and information for the new ZPass Bus System. If you have questions, please contact our Transportation Department at 721-4470.

Pilot System to Track Bus Students

ZPass Instructions

ZPass Student Identification Cards

Z-Pass-Brochure

SafeStop-Brochure


Outstanding Student Lunch Balance

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Starting September 28, Albany County School District will send automated text messages each week on Friday at 6:00 pm to parents whose students have a $0.00 or negative lunch balance.

Specifically, the text message states:  “Albany County School District is letting you know that (student’s name) has a lunch balance of $_______________.  Please pay online or call 721-4482.”

If you have any questions, please call Central Kitchen at 307-721-4482.


Text Messaging Service

Parents and Guardians

You can take advantage of our Text Messaging Serviceschoolmessenger-opt-in111

Our school utilizes the SchoolMessenger system to deliver text messages, straight to your mobile phone with important information about events, school closings, safety alerts and more.

You can participate in this free service* just by sending a text message of “Y” or “Yes” to our school’s short code number, 68453.

You can also opt out of these messages at any time by simply replying to one of our messages with “Stop”.

SchoolMessenger is compliant with the Student Privacy PledgeTM, so you can rest assured that your information is safe and will never be given or sold to anyone.

Information on SMS text messaging and Short Codes:
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MS stands for Short Message Service and is commonly referred to as a “text message”. Most cell phones support this type  of text messaging. Our notification provider, SchoolMessenger, uses a true SMS protocol developed by the telecommunications industry specifically for mass text messaging, referred to as “short code” texting.  This method is fast, secure and highly reliable because it is strictly regulated by the wireless carriers and only allows access to approved providers. If you’ve ever sent a text vote for a TV show to a number like 46999, you have used short code texting.


Attendance Matters

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Common sense tells us that kids who miss school miss opportunities to learn. Some absences are just unavoidable. But, how much is too much? New research tells us that missing an average of just two days a month makes a child much more likely to fail a subject or to not graduate from high school. This research also points out that parents often underestimate the effects of missing school. It's in everyone's interest that students are at school the vast majority of the time. Thank you for making attendance a priority at Linford Elementary School. For more information feel welcome to visit the website below.