The AG department Plant Sale is going on now! Feel free to stop in any school day until 4 to see the plants our students have grown! Please stop in the high school office for assistance!
SUMMER FOOD - SUMMER FUN!
The summer feeding program is available for children ages 18 and under to eat for free between June 9 and June 29, 2016. Check out the attached flyer for more information! Family Letter.docx
The Summer Food Service Program stresses the importance of offering nutritious meals to children during the summer months. Attached is the flyer offering more details. 33_mediarelease (1).docx
What is Farm to School?
The term farm to school encompasses efforts that bring local or regionally produced foods into school cafeterias and classrooms; hands on learning activities such as school gardening, farm visits, and culinary classes; and the integration of food-related education into classroom curriculum. Farm to school promotes the health of children, farms and communities by connecting schools to local farms that supply nutritious, fresh, and minimally processed foods.
There are a number of ways schools can implement farm to school programs. Research has shown that the most beneficial impacts occur through the implementation of comprehensive farm to school programs. However, impacts are seen at all levels of farm to school implementation, and even the smallest efforts can be a catalyst towards the broader movement. Comprehensive programs contain elements of strong local procurement, nutrition and agricultural education, hands-on learning, and school gardens but even beginning foundational programs are considered farm to school programs.
The United Stated Department of Agriculture and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction fully support farm to school efforts with research, training, technical assistance, and grant opportunities
What does that mean for the students of the Loyal School District? We are looking to purchase produce from any resident in the Loyal School District. We will purchase any amount. Looking for carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, cantaloupe, honeydew, watermelon, onions, radishes, beets and corn, just to name a few.
Just a reminder that the money stay's in your community. So if you can help us please contact me at email@example.com or 715-503-4241 and leave a message. This is for the school year 2016-2017.
Attached is the 2016 Swim Lesson form. Be sure to get your information in as early as possible. The sessions fill up very quickly.
Swimming Lesson Form.pdf
Looking for a few fun classes to take this summer. Check out the attached Summer School 2016 booklet for all the options. We'd love to have you here.
Classes run from June 9 - June 29, 2016, from 8:00 - 11:30. There is free breakfast and lunch for anyone age 0 - 18.
As always, give us a call with any questions you might have. Summer School Booklet 2016.pdf
Students, parents and community members can stay informed about events happening at the Loyal School District by visiting our website or following us on social media. Our district actively uses a Facebook page, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram to showcase what's taking place at our school. Take a minute to check us out and follow along!
Welcome to our web page and thank you for visiting. The School District of Loyal is an exciting place to learn and work. Our caring staff serves 570 students in one PK-12 building. We pride ourselves on providing leading-edge technology such as a SMART board in every classroom combined with all the benefits of living in a small town. If you would like more information about our school, please feel free to call 715-255-8511 to ask questions or schedule a visit.
Loyal Public Schools514 W Central StLoyal, WI 54446
AdministrationSchool District of LoyalP.O. Box 10514 W. Central St.Loyal, WI 54446Phone: 715-255-8552Fax: 715-255-8553
High SchoolSchool District of LoyalP.O. Box 10514 W. Central St.Loyal, WI 54446Phone: 715-255-8511Fax: 715-255-8553
ElementarySchool District of LoyalP.O. Box 250514 W. Central St.Loyal, WI 54446Phone: 715-255-8561Fax: 715-255-9981