More information about the process will be announced in mid-July.
First Day of School August 12
The 2020-2021 school year for elementary, middle school and high school students begins Wednesday, Aug. 12. Preschoolers at Lincoln Early Learning Center will begin Thursday, Aug. 13.
Summer meals May 26 - July 31
School breakfast and lunch will be served from May 26 - July 31 for ages 1-18.
Breakfasts are from 8 - 9 AM ONLY at Chanute Elementary School.
Grab &Go lunches can be picked up at six locations around Chanute. See flyer on School websites or text 97779 (summer meals) to find a site near you.
CHS Graduation is July 10
The Class of 2020 will graduate on Friday, July 10, at 7 PM, at the Chanute Community Sports Complex. In the case of inclement weather, the event will be moved to Saturday, July 11, at 10 AM.
School offices are closed for summer
Please note there are no school personnel checking messages during summer hours. Should you need to talk with a district employee, please contact the Board of Education office at 432-2500.
Summer School & Activities Suspended
Summer School Classes and district school activities July 6-10 are suspended. The district will review Governor Kelly's order and health department recommendations and develop a comprehensive plan to move forward.
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