The state of Indiana recently announced a new summer food program called SUN Bucks, which helps families in need buy food during the summer when school is out. Children are eligible for the program if: ✔️The household already participates in SNAP, TANF, or income-based Medicaid, or ✔️The student has been identified as a ward of the state (foster child), homeless, migrant, or ✔️The student lives in a home where the household income meets the free or reduced-price school meals requirements. The benefits will be provided to eligible families on a separate EBT card and mailed directly to their homes. Benefits can be used at authorized retailers, like grocery stores and farmers' markets, to purchase healthy foods, such as fruits, vegetables, meats, and other protein sources, whole grains, and dairy. These benefits are available in addition to free meals that children of all ages can get at our summer meals program. Children identified as receiving free/reduced meals will automatically receive SUN Bucks cards, which will be mailed to the address we have on file for your household. To review or update your address, please log in to Harmony Family Access and verify your address. You can update your address on Harmony or contact your child’s school for assistance. Address corrections must be made before Wednesday, May 1, to guarantee that cards are sent to the correct address. If your child is not already eligible for free/reduced meals but you would like to check eligibility, you can do so on the SUN Bucks website (https://indianasunbucks.com/home). For questions, please contact our Food Service Director, Amanda Myers, at [email protected].
about 1 month ago, Jenny Fossi
SUN Bucks
This is no joke! Did you know that Vermillion County has several walking trails available to the public? SV's Wellness Committee encourages you to go check them out! https://5il.co/2h9s9
about 2 months ago, Hannah Hoover
trails
Just a reminder that our Pre-K Information Night for the 2024-25 school year begins at 5:00 p.m. tonight in the SVHS Library (Enter at Door #1 of SVHS). We will share information to begin the meeting and then have some time for questions.
about 2 months ago, Micah Williams
Good afternoon! Per the CDC and Vermillion County Health Department, testing positive for COVID will no longer require a 5-day isolation. COVID will now be treated like all other respiratory viruses and return to work and school will now be based on symptoms and/or symptom improvement, along with being fever-free for 24 hours without the use of medication. *If you are symptomatic and test positive for COVID, you can return to normal activities when, for at least 24 hours, you have started to feel better and your overall symptoms are improving. As with any virus, you should also be fever free for 24 hours without the use of medication before returning to school. Taking additional precautions for 5 days upon return, such as masking and distancing, should be considered but will not be required. Hope you all have a great weekend!
3 months ago, Hannah Hoover
Good afternoon! Per the CDC and Vermillion County Health Department, testing positive for COVID will no longer require a 5-day isolation. COVID will now be treated like all other respiratory viruses and return to school will now be based on symptoms and/or symptom improvement, along with being fever-free for 24 hours without the use of medication. *If you test positive for COVID, you should stay home for 24 hours after your symptoms start to improve and make sure you are fever free for 24 hours without the use of medication prior to returning to activities. Taking additional precautions for 5 days upon return, such as masking and distancing, should be considered but will not be required.
3 months ago, Hannah Hoover
📘Read Across America Day 2024 📕What a great experience for our students! #ReadAcrossAmerica
3 months ago, Melanie Beaver
RAA
The Hidden in Plain Sight (HIPS) trailer will be parked at SVMS on Wednesday, Feb. 28th from 2:00-5:00 PM. Parents/guardians of SV students are invited to stop by for a 15-minute tour of the trailer. This is a traveling, hands-on, interactive exhibit/program designed to help adults recognize unfamiliar signs of substance misuse or risky behaviors that are often "hidden in plain sight". The HIPS Trailer is sponsored by Hamilton Center.
3 months ago, Melanie Beaver
hips flyer
Good morning! With the likelihood of inclement weather today, we wanted to communicate with all SVCS families the POSSIBILITY of an early dismissal. We will monitor weather conditions throughout the morning, which will help us to determine when to dismiss. We will send out updates as needed. We hope you have a great Friday! Stay safe!
3 months ago, Micah Williams
We are excited to now have the Robotics & Automation modules from @PLTWorg in Grade 5 this year. Students are building and testing mobile robots in their STEAM class thanks to a grant from The Giacoletto Foundation. #ProjectLeadTheWay #PLTW
3 months ago, Melanie Beaver
Robotics Grade 5
5th grade parents - Please check your email for more information!
4 months ago, Hannah Hoover
puberty talk
Make sure your 5th grade student is ready for next school year.
5 months ago, Kristin Crabtree
Vaccinations
HD
Calling all 5th grade parents! Please start making plans now to get your 5th grader up-to-date on their 6th grade vaccinations by August 2024!
5 months ago, Hannah Hoover
vaccination reminder
🏠Families: Please update your Residency Information under Online Registration in Harmony Family Access for each child enrolled in our district. You completed this form during fall enrollment, and new federal guidelines require this form to be submitted a second time in January. Thank you for helping us keep our student records up-to-date.
5 months ago, Melanie Beaver
2024 Housing Q
The South Vermillion Community School Corporation will host the "Wildcat Winter Wonderland", a community event, this Sunday evening, December 3rd, from 4:00 - 7:00 at South Vermillion High School. Parking will be on the south end of the main student parking lot on the east side of the high school. The SVMS and SVHS band, choir, and dance teams will be performing throughout the evening. There will be a variety of activities set up for the whole family: Santa Claus and a live reindeer will be available for pictures, s'more roasting, hot chocolate and pastries, a coloring tent hosted by The National Honor Society, and a variety of vendors will be set up as well. At the conclusion of the evening, we will light up the season with a tree lighting ceremony in front of the high school. The event is FREE, but donations will be accepted for our arts programs! We hope to see you there! *If the weather does not cooperate, we will move the event inside.
6 months ago, Micah Williams
Need health insurance? An ASPIN Health Navigator can help! Shannon Sebastian, ASPIN Health Navigator, will be at The Clinton Public Library on Thursday, November 9 at 11:30 am. She will be giving a presentation that will review services that are offered by ASPIN and different health coverage options available to Hoosiers.
7 months ago, Hannah Hoover
ASPIN Health Navigator  - Clinton Public Library
Catch up with the latest student stories, events, and news updates. It's everything South Vermillion, in your pocket. If you haven't already, download the app! Download for Android: https://bit.ly/3iZZXlC Download for iPhone: https://apple.co/2ZAVBd1
7 months ago, South Vermillion Community School Corporation
It's everything South Vermillion, in your pocket.
Download South Vermillion Schools app to access documents, news updates, and even emergency notifications, right from your pocket! Download for Android: https://bit.ly/3iZZXlC Download for iPhone: https://apple.co/2ZAVBd1.
8 months ago, South Vermillion Community School Corporation
It's everything South Vermillion, in your pocket.
Stay up-to-date with our app for South Vermillion Community School Corporation! It’s everything South Vermillion, in your pocket. Download for Android: https://bit.ly/3iZZXlC. Download for iPhone: https://apple.co/2ZAVBd1.
9 months ago, South Vermillion Community School Corporation
It's everything South Vermillion, in your pocket
6th grade and Senior parents - please see information about an upcoming vaccination opportunity to help get your students up-to-date for school by 09/06/23. If your child is not up-to-date, you should have received an email and/or phone call from your school's nurse.
9 months ago, Hannah Hoover
vaccination clinic
Back to School
10 months ago, Kristin Crabtree
Back to School